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Title: Dissociational stigmata, the functional losses in cognition symptomatic of trauma, and mental accidents
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Opening a discourse on Dissociation Anonymous and Traumatic memories that are all pathological in nature and yet they could be further sub...
Opening a discourse on Dissociation Anonymous and Traumatic memories that are all pathological in nature and yet they could be further subdivided into a form of
dissociational stigmata, the functional losses in cognition symptomatic of trauma, and mental accidents, sensorimotor and perceptual changes in the respective individual triggered by an unconscious longing to recreate the trauma. Sprouting from the traumatic memories were secondary dissociations, addicts and dreamlike behaviour are not grounded in the authentic experience but nonetheless correlated to it.  They, over time become fantastical by-products streaming forth from the subliminal self but not one and the same with the underlying the brooding guilt. Perhaps the most interesting observation regarding and involving the absence of phenomenological frontiers between cognitive and somatic forms of dissociation. In all truth, what might this failure to distinguish between the psychological stratum (i.e. thoughts, feelings, emotions) and the physiological stratum (i.e. somato-sensations, movements, proprioception, etc.) infer? 

A holistic scaffolding in couching pathological conceptualisations of mental stigmata and accidents. Intentional or not such nebulousness is admittance, to some degree, that mind and body form a coherent synergistic mechanism that cannot be ontologically divided.

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