Index to Scattered Limbs: A Medical Dreambook

INDEX OF TITLES

A balm in Gilead
A big barrel of humanity
A children’s song
A Chinese syllogism
A comedy in four acts
A common cause
Added value
A divorce
A dream of moist marble
A fatal lethargy
A fig-leaf
A flower in the breastcage
A fortunate state
After virtue
After you
Against decomposition
Against entitlements
A genuflection
A glib philosophy
A hagiography
A hard thing
A hospital light
A lisp
All the gas
A loophole
A lost cause
Always at a loss
A major incompatibility syndrome
A map of smell
A marginal note
Among the Methodists
A morbid sensitivity
A mystery discounted
Anaesthetic
An asphalt Voltaire
An attachment
Ancient professionalism
Anecdotes
An ectoparasite from the Cretaceous
A new cosmology
A new sophism
Angels and prostitutes
An immortal bag of wind
An obit
An odd case
Another kind of nosology
An oxymoron
Antipsychiatry and the market
An ultimate form of duality
An uproar
A nursing icon
A perfection profession
Apollo and Marsyas
A revelation
Are you hot?
A ritual humbling
A spinozism
A still life
Automatisms
Autonomy and crisis
A version of pastoral
A visceral attachment
A vision of the higher life
A word aside
A word to stand by

Bare plots
Beautiful souls
Be happy!
Being in the papers
Being kind
Being part of a conversation
Bend or break
Benefits of a white lie
Better to do good than just talk about doing good
Bigging it up
Blighted hope
Blinded

Careless
Carnifex
Chekhov’s confidence
Circumlocutions
Circus acts
Collectivist and solipsist
Colours of the working week
Consumption and consummation
Crafts
Curing fantasies, purging follies
Cut throats
Cutting off your nose

Das Werkzeug
Dependencies
Depression and rational design
Diagnosis and treatment
Doctard
Doctor subtilis
Domestic bliss
Don’t torture that instrument!
Dr Adam will call you in

Emetics
Emotion studies
Empty masks
Ethical poles
Ethics of perfectibility

Fallen arches
Finger to mouth
Fixatives
Folie à deux
Freud & Co.
Freud’s debt to Nietzsche
Furor therapeuticus
Funeral practices
Future improvements

Gentle and honest man
Gods for organs
Grace time
Granularity
Guts

Head of Zeus
Health and efficiency
Health and hiddenness
Health and plenitude
Health and the market society
His portrait
Hoc est corpus
Hochstapelei
How to deal with epidemics
How to die
Hyperflexion
Hypnosis and autonomy

Illness as routine interrogation
Immanuel Kant in the arms of Mnemosyne
In a critical state
Inasmuch
Infinitesimal doubt
Institutionalising altruism
In the dark
In the strip mines
Its name is Legion

“J’ai mal”
Joining the others
Joining the right guild

Kaposi sarcomas
Kidneys and cities

Lend me your parachute!
Lick and sniff
Limited sociability
Living like a god
Li medici me crearono e distrussono
Listen in
Listening to their insides
Literature and medicine
Lost in action
Lovin’ in my baby’s eyes/spectroscopy
Luminescence
Lungs and laughter

Magic made method
Making good
Making prognoses
Man-midwife
Man with a tin cup
Marxists and the market
Measure this
Medical humanity
“Mein Gott, ich sehe!”—
Men who thought they were Napoleon
Mere appearances
Metonymies
Money (That’s what I want)
Moral hyperinflation
More body parts
More than health
Multivit me
My hands are my heart
Mythic physiology of the emotions

Needlepoint
Neuroimages
News from the Asclepium
No place to hide
Now!
Number one

Omnipraticien
On being a surgeon
One better than Houdini
One-upmanship
Onion juice
Open data
Our newest colony
Out of depth

Panicology
Parallel worlds
Parenting the Buddha
Partialities
Pecking order of the vanities
Pense-bête, guide-âne
Perfection as a problem
Personal Jesus
Pharmakon
Pig ignorance
Pity as a fallacy
Pity this
Poets and managers
Politics and madness
“Postmen like doctors”
Preferred target
Presumptions
Privileges of the kitchen
Proactive patients
Psychobabble

Q&A

Rabelais at large
Red eye syndrome
Reverse engineering
Rule and instance
Rule of three

Saddle up
Samaritan logic
Seepage
Sick lit
Signe d’appel
Sign language with accents
Sound and image
Specialists, experts and learned donkeys
Split and double
Sthenia

Tact
Take Rabelais’ advice
Take up your bed
Taking them seriously
Tea and sympathy
Telling the truth to power
Terminator ethics
That they might have life, and have it more abundantly
The advantage of a cold eye
The autistic shift
Theatre
The benefits of the negative
The body of power
The breath of life
“The busy time”
The civil status of medical definitions
The considered life
The cult of vestiges
The curse of Venus
The dispensation
The drawing board
The elect place
The follow-up
The great paradox
The hole and the whole
The hollow of a body
The last act
The little phrase
The long goodbye
The makings of a cult author
The milky way
The mystery of a life
The new conflict of the faculties
Then they wrote the rules
The only hope
The other kind of health
The neoplatonic doctor
The new asceticism
The nocebo effect
The other consciousness
The philosopher as hospital porter
The radical votive
Therapeutic subjectivism
The secret
The serpent and the staff
The social contract
The trick is to keep breathing
The vagrant uterus
The winged messenger
The world is round
The writing cure
The Zimmermann boy
Thinking about Lazarus
“Thou art translated”
Titrating the miracle cure
Too close for comfort
Total liability
Translucidities
Trapped birds

Unacknowledged
Unreliable narrators

Warmth and comfort
Ways to strength and beauty
Weightlessness
Well-person clinics
What is the value of a profession?
What’s yours?
What’s yours is mine
What we desire
What we know
When the fire flickers
Why me?
Word-beasts
Work and leisure


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147
144
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173
63
49
49
174
148
189
52
181
64
224
138
24
28
81
241
132
16
92
36
76
227
25
125
115
191
226
136
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92
184
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19
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34
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239
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61
32
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129
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11
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116
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242
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246
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71
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211
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157
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