it inculcated in him hubris, megalomania and arrogance, which resulted in paranoia, persecution mania
and a compulsion to humiliate others.
"This chase after a phantom external enemy triggered the effects we are witnesses to today, including the new law and the paranoidal, unexplainable, and irrational wave of charges against Russia of all mortal sins and a certain persecution mania
many politicians and functionaries in Washington experience today," he believes.
Normally madness is accompanied by persecution mania
. Overstimulation of these individuals must be avoided.
When Camille's persecution mania
subsided, the doctor suggested letting her out on a trial basis: "Madame Claudel immediately replied with a complete refusal," writes Ayral-Clause.
Her defence argued that Kempshall had a persecution mania
and it was also revealed that her aunt had died in a lunatic asylum, but the actress cried from the dock: "I am not mad at all!
The "actual fall" (into racial antisemitism) Fischer notes first in Wagner's persecution mania
and conspiracy phobia that characterized the second edition of his anti-Jewish polemic.