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Kapsambelis, V. (2020). « Schizophrénie et schizonoïa», de René Laforgue: « Les paradoxes des schizophrènes», de Paul-Claude Racamier. Rev. fr. psychanal., 84(5):1119-1134.

(2020). Revue française de psychanalyse, 84(5):1119-1134

« Schizophrénie et schizonoïa», de René Laforgue: « Les paradoxes des schizophrènes», de Paul-Claude Racamier

(“Schizophrenia and Schizonoïa” by René Laforgue; The Paradoxes of Schizophrenics by Paul-Claude Racamier - Extracts Selected and Commented on by Vassilis Kapsambelis: From one Schizophrenia to the Other)

Vassilis Kapsambelis

The Laforgue report considers schizophrenia as a disorder of weaning, autism reflecting the refusal of the withdrawal of cathexis by the primary object. The subject finds himself in a situation of captativity, opposed to the oblativity of object life. Racamier's report explores the disturbance of the primary relationship in terms of (narcissistic) seduction. Schizophrenic disorganization, a question that opposed Freud to Bleuler, is described as a particular organization, paradoxicality, with its consequences (“insanization”).

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