"…por eso he soñado con una obra que no se encajase en ninguna categoria, que en lugar de pertenecer a un género, los contuviese todos; una obra dificil de definir y que habría de definirse justamente por esa carencia de definición; una obra de la tierra en el cielo y del cielo en la tierra; una obra que fuese el punto de reunion de todos los vocablos diseminados en el espacio cuya soledad y desconcierto no podemos ni imaginar; el lugar, más allá del lugar, de una obsesión por Dios, deseo no colmado de un insensato deseo; un libro, por último, que sólo se entregase por fragmentos, cada uno de los cuales fuese el inicio de un libro."

Tratto da El libro de las preguntas – volumen II di Edmond Jabès, ediciones Siruela, El antelibro III, pagina 261. Trovai questo libro in casa di Didac e lo aprii a caso.

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taijin kyofusho

Ho cercato, dopo aver letto un post di Museum, chi o cosa era Taijin Kyofusho. E su wikipedia ho trovato questo:

Taijin kyofusho
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Taijin kyofusho (対人恐怖症, TKS, for taijin kyofusho symptoms), is a Japanese culture-specific syndrome, Culture-Bound Syndrome, (cultural disorder, or mental illness).

The term taijin kyofusho literally means the disorder (sho) of fear (kyofu) of interpersonal relations (taijin). Dr. Morita Masatake (also known as Morita Shoma) described the condition as vicious cycle of self examination and reproach which can occur in people of hypochondriacal temperament.

In the West, taijin kyofusho is usually described as a form of social anxiety (social phobia), with the sufferer dreading and avoiding social contact. However, instead of a fear of embarrassing themselves or being harshly judged by others because of their social ineptness (as in cases in the Western world), sufferers of taijin kyofusho report a fear of offending or harming other people. The focus is thus on avoiding harm to others rather than to oneself.

In the official Japanese diagnostic system, taijin kyofusho is subdivided into the following categories:
Sekimen-kyofu, the phobia of blushing
Shubo-kyofu, the phobia of a deformed body, similar to Body dysmorphic disorder
Jikoshisen-kyofu, the phobia of eye contact
Jikoshu-kyofu, the phobia of having foul body odor

Since it is not prevalent in American culture, taijin kyofusho is not detailed in the DSM IV. This is under debate, however, as symptoms indicative of taijin kyofusho are sometimes found in patients in the United States.

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Treatment

The standard Japanese treatment for taijin kyofusho is Morita therapy, developed by Dr. Morita Masatake in the 1910s as a treatment for the Japanese mental disorders taijin kyofusho and shinkeishitsu (nervousness). The original regimen involved patient isolation, enforced bed rest, diary writing, manual labor, and lectures on the importance of self-acceptance and positive endeavor. Since the 1930s, the treatment has been modified to include out-patient and group treatments; this modified version is known as neo-Morita therapy.

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See also
Hikikomori
NEET
Anthropophobia

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References
Suzuki K, Takei N, Kawai M, Minabe Y, Mori N. (2003). "Is Taijin Kyofusho a Culture-Bound Syndrome? [letter]". Am J Psychiatry 160(7): 1358. full text
Maeda F, Nathan JH (1999). "Understanding Taijin Kyofusho through its treatment, Morita therapy". J Psychosomatic Research 46(6): 525-530. PDF version



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DottoressaDressel1981 ha detto...

azzo...c'è chi sta messo peggio di me...

MusEum ha detto...

Non ringraziare me... Merito di Prince Faster di Radio Rock e della sua trasmissione radiofonica... È grazie a lui che sono andata sul MySpace degli Evpatoria Report e ho ascoltato questo brano... Sono rimasta folgorata e ho scritto il post guidata da questi suoni... Peccato che lo streaming spesso faccia cilecca e rovini i miei esperimenti "pseudo"-registici da quattro soldi :D

Grazie a te, piuttosto! Non sapevo cosa significasse il titolo del brano, non avevo ancora approfondito...

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