The Nature of Melancholy: From Aristotle to Kristeva

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction - From Melancholic States to Clinical Depression 3
  • 1 - Brilliance and Melancholy 55
  • 2 - Diseases of the Black Bile 61
  • 3 - Accidie 69
  • 4 - Black Bile and Melancholia 75
  • 5 - Melancholia in Men and Women 79
  • 6 - Learned People and Melancholy 87
  • 7 - Melancholia, Witches, and Deceiving Demons 95
  • 8 - Melancholy Nuns 107
  • 9 - Melancholy 119
  • 10 - Melancholic States 129
  • 11 - The Melancholy Character 157
  • 12 - How to Help Melancholicks 161
  • 13 - The Spleen 167
  • 14 - The Chronic Disease of Melancholy 173
  • 15 - Werther's Death 181
  • 16 - Illnesses of the Cognitive Faculties 197
  • 17 - Melancholia 203
  • 19 - Ode on Melancholy" and "What the Thrush Said" 219
  • 23 - Affectivity in Mental Disorder 239
  • 24 - Depressive States 259
  • 25 - Loss 281
  • Part 2 - After Freud 295
  • 26 - The Depressive Position 297
  • 27 - A Learned Helplessness Model of Depression 311
  • 28 - A Cognitivist Analysis of Depression 317
  • 29 - Affiliation, Cultural Roles, and Women's Depression 325
  • 30 - Mourning the Lost Mother and the Lost Self 335
  • 31 - Biomedical Analyses of Depression 345
  • Notes 353
  • Bibliography 361
  • Credits 369
  • Index 371
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