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La démétaphorisation dans le travail de l'hallucination

Abstract : Hallucination is defined in sémiological approach as perception without object. Hallucination, in psychoanalytic psychopathological perspective could be considered as perception of an experience that has not been thought or symbolized, and whose model could be that trauma. Hallucination would be a figuration, apprended as pervception, of an non-thought. Authors complete Freud hypothesis of the return in the form of perception of what has not been represented : this return would take place only after transformations. Totality of these transformations constitues for authors the « work » of hallucination. In this texte, is described one of the mechanisms of the work of hallucination: demetaphorisation, from clinic sequences from the therapy of a young schizophrenic patient.
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Magali Guimont, Guy Gimenez, Jean-Louis Pedinielli. La démétaphorisation dans le travail de l'hallucination. Revue Française de Psychiatrie et de Psychologie Médicale, 1289-2130, 1999, pp. 50 - 53. ⟨hal-01387972⟩



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