The psychodrama of Adolf Hitler: a psychodramatic paradigm and its relation to dramatic multiplication

  • Pedro H. A. Mascarenhas
Keywords: Dramatic multiplication, psychodrama, group psychotherapy

Abstract

The article "The Adolf Hitler's psychodrama", one group pattern in psychodrama and the relationship with dramatic multiplication" shows a comparison between Moreno`s clinical work with Karl who has a delirium of being Adolf Hitler and the dramatic multiplication. The pattern of Karl's attention is analysed and the concept of dramatic multiplication is showed in general lines. It is emphasized the contribution of this line of research about the spontaneity creative states, the co-inconscious, cure's strategy linked with esthetics pleasure of the collective creation, the semiotics concepts to the psychodrama and the specific indication of this model to some pathologies and kinds of group.

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KESSELMAN, H.; PAVLOVSKY, E.; FRYDLEWSKY, L. La obra abierta de Umberto Eco y la multiplición dramática, pp. 17-28, In: PAVLOVSKY, E; KESSELMAN, H; BAREMBLITT, G. et al. Lo Grupal. Buenos Aires: Busqueda,1987. [ Links ]

MORENO, J. Psicodrama de Adolf Hitler,pp. 207-20. In: Fundamentos do Psicodrama. São Paulo: Summus,1983. [ Links ]
Published
2020-01-09
How to Cite
H. A. Mascarenhas, P. (2020). The psychodrama of Adolf Hitler: a psychodramatic paradigm and its relation to dramatic multiplication. Revista Brasileira De Psicodrama, 19(1), 115-120. Retrieved from https://revbraspsicodrama.emnuvens.com.br/rbp/article/view/160
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