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Os Inumeráveis Estados do Ser

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Catálogo da exposição de artes feita por internos e apresentada em maio-junho de 1987.
60 pages
Published May 1987 (first published 1987)
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Boa parte dos textos aqui presentes foram utilizados na indefectível trilogia Imagens do Insconsciente do Leon Hirszman, assim como as imagens e mitos relacionados a elas. O que chama atenção era a já crescente preocupação de Nise quanto a indústria farmaceutica, que já nos 80 estava em avançado estado de medicalização e patologização da vida.

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Nise da Silveira was born in Maceió, in the northeastern state of Alagoas, Brazil, in 1905. After graduating from the Medical School of Bahia in 1926, she devoted her life to psychiatry and never was in agreement with the aggressive forms of treatment of her time such as commitment to psychiatric hospitals, electroshock, insulin therapy and lobotomy.
In 1952 she founded the Museum of Images of the
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