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36 Despite his belief in Charcot’s theory of heredity, and his criticism of Beard for having included the phobias within simple neurasthenia, Levillain nevertheless admitted that the neurasthenic inhabitant of the big city might well experience otherwise hereditary maladies in a less acute form—agora- Psychopathologies of Urban Space phobia, claustrophobia, monophobia (fear of solitude and isolation), fear of touching (délire de toucher), and all other instances of spatial fear. 38 Not surprisingly, agoraphobia and its cognates emerged as commonplaces of conversation and lay diagnosis, especially in the context of metropolitan fears.
As Hubert Damisch notes, it was Pascal who drew the conclusion that because “a space can be inﬁnitely extended, . . ”26 To illustrate the “paradox” of these two inﬁnities, Pascal gave the example of a ship endlessly drawing near to the vanishing point but never reaching it, thus anticipating the theorem of Desargues whereby inﬁnity would be inscribed within the ﬁnite, contained “within a point,” a basic postulate of projective geometry. 27 Here geometrical theory coincides almost too neatly with the interlocking relations of agoraphobic and claustrophobic space, diagnosed by the doctors who, in the 1870s, found in Pascal their most celebrated patient.
15 Legrand’s synthetic description of the disease was as dramatic as it was unambiguous in characterizing its setting: The fear of spaces, ordinarily compatible with the most robust health, is frequently produced at the very moment when the neurotic leaves a street and arrives at a square, and it is marked by a sudden anxiety, an instantaneous beating of the heart. The patient, then prey to an indeﬁnable emotion, ﬁnds himself isolated from the entire world at the sight of the void that is presented to him and frightens him immeasurably .
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