There is a deep conflict inside the patient between a strongly sexual nature and an equally strong moral side. – Sanjay Jadhav
MIND – FEAR – moral obliquity* lil-t, manc (*deviation from moral rectitude or sound thinking.)
- MIND – FEAR – moral obliquity – alternating with – sexual excitement lil-t (only remedy)
naOitk , naItIlaa qaruna Asalaolaa , naIitt<vao , naOitk Aacaar
1 concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of human character.
2 adhering to the code of behavior that is considered right or acceptable
1 a lesson that can be derived from a story or experience
2 (morals) standards of behavior, or principles of right and wrong
- B) Moral
1 a: of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behavior: ethical ‹~ judgments›
b: expressing or teaching a conception of right behavior ‹a ~ poem›
c: conforming to a standard of right behavior
d: sanctioned by or operative on one’s conscience or ethical judgment ‹a ~ obligation›
e: capable of right and wrong action ‹a ~ agent›
2: probable though not proved: virtual ‹a ~ certainty›
3: perceptual or psychological rather than tangible or practical in nature or effect ‹a ~ victory› ‹~ support›
Syn: Moral, ethical, virtuous, righteous, noble mean conforming to a standard of what is right and good. Moral implies conformity to established sanctioned codes or accepted notions of right and wrong (the basic moral values of a community). Ethical may suggest the involvement of more difficult or subtle questions of rightness, fairness, or equity ‹committed to the highest ethical principles›. Virtuous implies moral Excellence in character ‹not a religious person, but virtuous nevertheless›. Righteous (sadacarNa , p/amaaiNakpNaa) stresses guiltlessness or blamelessness and often suggests the sanctimonious ‹wished to be righteous before God and the world›. Noble implies moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean, or dubious in conduct and character ‹had the noblest of reasons for seeking office.
1 a: the moral significance or practical lesson (as of a story)
b: a passage pointing out usu. in conclusion the lesson to be drawn from a story
2 pl: moral practices or teachings : modes of conduct
3 : morale
- Concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles e.g. “moral sense”; “a moral scrutiny”; “a moral lesson”; “a moral quandary”; “moral convictions”; “a moral life”
- Psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect e.g. “a moral victory”; “moral support”
- The quality of being deceptive
1: deviation from moral rectitude (rectitude a: the quality or state of being straight
b: moral integrity: righteousness (sadacarNa p/amaaiNakpNaa ,adhering to moral principles)
c : the quality or state of being correct in judgment or procedure)
or sound thinking
2 a: deviation from parallelism or perpendicularity
3 a: indirectness or deliberate obscurity of speech or conduct
b: an obscure or confusing statement
Meaning of whole rubric no. 1 is naIitBa/YTtocaI BaItI
There is conflict and confusion in the mind of Lil-tig between religious ideals and sexuality (MIND – RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS – too occupied with religion – sexuality; conflict between religious ideals and) (MIND – RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS – too occupied with religion – alternating with – sexual excitement) He tries to control, hide, rather suppress his impulses as he feels if he does not control it at this level he will surely go mad
(MIND – DELUSIONS – insane – become insane; one will) (MIND – DELUSIONS – insane – become insane; one will – hold himself; if he did not = lil-t single remedy) (MIND – FEAR – insanity) So, he turns towards religiousness which is actually the opposite of sexuality where it is taught that sex is an evil act or crime and one should be refrain from it (MIND – RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS – too occupied with religion – melancholia) So, he keeps busy in religious work, reading etc. so that his sexual thoughts will go away (MIND – BUSY) (MIND – BUSY – fruitlessly) (MIND – BUSY – must keep) But this conflict or struggle drains his energy (as it not healthy, it is a deliberate act which exhausts him) and he gets confused and makes mistakes, cannot concentrate.
MIND – CONCENTRATION – difficult – crazy feeling on top of head, wild feeling in head with confusion of ideas
MIND – WILD feeling in head
MIND – WILD feeling in head – sexual desire; from suppression of
With the suppression of the sexual energy comes a type of frantic state with a crazy or wild feeling in the head.
MIND – CONFUSION of mind – muscles refuse to obey the will when attention is turned away
Simple meaning or cross references of above rubric is =
- MIND – CONCENTRATION – difficult – working, while – work; must concentrate continuously on his work or ‘his hands forget what they are doing’.
- MIND – WILL – muscles refuse to obey the will when attention is turned away
It means that he has to be careful, vigilant of his acts. He should concentrate on his work. Whenever he turns his attention from the work in hand, his muscles refuse to obey his will. This is literary meaning of it. But in case of Lil-tig the context of rubric is =
CONFLICT BETWEEN SEXUAL EXCITEMENT AND RELIGIOUS IDEALS
There is a deep conflict inside the patient between a strongly sexual nature and an equally strong moral side. This conflict or any other strong inner conflict produces a type of frustration which is expressed mainly through anger (MIND – ANGER – sexual excitement; after = lil-t) (MIND – RAGE – sexual desire; from suppressed = lil-t) when the patient crosses the limit she becomes very sexual (MIND – NYMPHOMANIA) and can not restrain these feelings. However, when her equally deep moral or religious feelings return she feels great remorse (MIND – REMORSE) and subsequent depression.
He tries to keep himself busy so that sexual thoughts or ideas will be forgotten but he can not fully succeed in it. If he tries deliberately to fly from thoughts it they arise with much force.
(It is not present in Anxiety-conscience of and Reproaching himself with but it is present in remorse)
MIND – DELUSIONS – wrong – done wrong; he has
The patient will take offense (=n. a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others) no matter how kindly she is treated.
MIND – INDIFFERENCE – done for her; about anything being