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What is common among mad people, good intelligentsia and children? What is common among Rabele and Wittgenstein, Arteau and Spentiger, Cartecious and Cantor, Homer and japanese theatre No? Françoise Davoine and Jean-Max Gaudilliere come up against them as they track divergencies, deviations and achievements of human spirit in otherworldly and unfamiliar place of trauma and destruction. Human's personal stories are connected with History. Every time, beyond the symptoms and crises, it is revealed the unspeakable horror of war, betray and fall of social web. Their understanding in the prompt of transmission gives us the key of healing. The historization of the moments of the fall of social web in the analysis include this certainty which is necessary for the birth of subject. In this book, in which french psychoanalytic thought meets with the american psychiatry in conditions of destruction or war, the authors set in question "means" of psychiatry. They redefine its history work as they examine again the possibility of subjectivity in the room of traumatical. Françoise Davoine and Jean-Max Gaudilliere are psychoanalusts and teach to École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, in the contect of seminar "Madness and social web". Professors of Classical Studies (Greek, Latin) and doctors of Sociological Sciences have been coperating for decates with clinicals of United States in the context of their researches about the traumatical in the social web.