Denkwürdigkeiten eines Nervenkranken by Daniel Paul Schreber

By Daniel Paul Schreber

Denkwürdigkeiten eines Nervenkranken nebst Nachträgen und einem Anhang über die Frage; »Unter welchen Voraussetzungen darf eine für geisteskrank erachtete individual gegen ihren erklärten Willen in einer Heilanstalt festgehalten werden?«
Vorwort Offener short an Herrn Geh. Rat Prof. Dr. Flechsig.
Einleitung
I. Gott und Unsterblichkeit
II. Eine Krisis der Gottesreiche? Seelenmord
III. Dieses III. Kapitel wurde mit Rücksicht auf Schrebers Familie vom Druck ausgeschlossen.
IV. Persönliche Erlebnisse während der ersten und im Beginn der zweiten Nervenkrankheit
V. Fortsetzung. Nervensprache (innere Stimmen). Denkzwang. Entmannung unter Umständen ein Postulat der Weltordnung
VI. Persönliche Erlebnisse, Fortsetzung. Visionen. »Geisterseher«
VII. Persönliche Erlebnisse, Fortsetzung; eigenartige Krankheitserscheinungen. Visionen
VIII. Persönliche Erlebnisse während des Aufenthalts in der Dr. Pierson'schen Anstalt. »Geprüfte Seelen«
IX. Überführung nach dem Sonnenstein. Veränderungen in dem Strahlenverkehr. »Aufschreibesystem«; »Anbinden an Erden«
X. Persönliche Erlebnisse auf dem Sonnenstein. »Störungen« als Begleiterscheinungen eines Strahlen Verkehrs. »Stimmungsmache«
XI. Schädigung der körperlichen Integrität durch Wunder
XII. Inhalt des Stimmengeredes. »Seelenauffassung«. Seelensprache. Fortsetzung der persönlichen Erlebnisse
XIII. Seelenwollust als Faktor der Anziehung. Folgeerscheinungen
XIV. »Geprüfte Seelen«; Schicksale derselben. Persönliche Erlebnisse, Fortsetzung
XV. »Menschen-« und »Wunderspielerei«. Hilferufe. Sprechende Vögel
XVI. Denkzwang. Äußerungen und Begleiterscheinungen desselben
XVII. Fortsetzung des Vorigen; »Zeichnen« im Sinne der Seelensprache
XVIII. Gott und die Schöpfungsvorgänge; Urzeugung; gewunderte Insekten. »Blickrichtung«. Examinationssystem
XIX. Fortsetzung des Vorigen. Göttliche Allmacht und menschliche Willensfreiheit
XX. Egozentrische Auffassung der Strahlen in betreff meiner individual. Weitere Gestaltung der persönlichen Verhältnisse
XXI. Seligkeit und Wollust in ihrer gegenseitigen Beziehung. Folgerungen aus diesem Verhältnisse für das persönliche Verhalten
XXII. Schlußbetrachtungen. Ausblick in die Zukunft
Nachträge, erste Folge. (Oktober 1900 bis Juni 1901.) I. Wunder betreffend. (Oktober 1900.)
Nachträge, zweite Folge. (Oktober und November 1902.)
Anhang Nachschrift.
[Gutachten] A. Gerichtsärztliches Gutachten.
Beilagen zu Schrebers »Denkwürdigkeiten«
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