Jan 1, 1977

Artistic production in epilepsy

Confinia Psychiatrica. Borderland of Psychiatry. Grenzgebiete Der Psychiatrie. Les Confins De La Psychiatrie
T Matsuhashi

Abstract

In the epileptic's relation to the world, there is--as a particular way of being--an opposition between two constitutive moments: the world of the dark mass and the world of the light tone of colour as moments of an entirety. This can be seen symbolically in pictures as a contrast between light with an upward trend towards heaven and darkness as an earthy mass with a downward tendency. The two worlds are one at the same time, with diverging trends coexisting in a dynamically flowing organic interrelationship. This is combined with a specific religious atmosphere. From this point of view the attempt is made to gain an understanding of the condition of being ill with epilepsy.

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Symbolism (Psychology)
Organic Mental Disorders, Psychotic
Epilepsy
Arts
Psychoanalytic Interpretation
Hallucinations, Visual, Unformed
Epilepsy, Absence, Atypical
Religion and Psychology

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