From those two components laure murat embarks on an exploration of the surprising relationship between history and madness she uncovers countless stories of patients whose delusions seem to be rooted in the historical or political traumas of their time like the watchmaker who believed he lived with a new head his original having been removed at the guillotine. Laure murat the man who thought he was napoleon toward a political history of madness. The man who thought he was napoleon toward a political history of madness by laure murat translated by deke dusinberre university of chicago press 304pp gbp3150 isbn 9780226025735 and 5872 e book published 13 october 2014. The man who thought he was napoleon explores for the first time in archives and unpublished materials the relationship between history and madness ideology and pathology ambitious monomania revolutionary neuroses democratic disease are names of just some of the many diseases related to political convictions that french physicians discovered from 1789 to 1871. Download citation the man who thought he was napoleon towards a political history of madness by laure murat historians of psychiatry have learned a great deal in the last forty years about
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