Disturbi correlati al comportamento agito: la bigoressia ovvero la reverse anorexia ed i suoi effetti sulla capacità matrimoniale.

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Scientific literature has recently recorded the appearance of a new form of psychic suffering that, although officially still without its nosographic autonomy, is, now, reflected in clinical practice: the bigoressia, also known as reverse anorexia. The bigoressia, pathology essentially masculine, is characterized by a close "upside down" with the note anorexia (psychiatric pathology with the highest prevalence of women). The increase in bigoressia - that begins to take on significant proportions - end up, inevitably, to put questions also canonical, pending the high probability that the forensic practice provides some case to judge. Scope of work is to verify whether this new form of expression of mental suffering could have an impact on the level of double consensual capacity, or whether it may or not be the foundation of an inability to contract the former can. 1095. Not all mental disorders, in fact lead to invalidity of the marriage consent, having to distinguish "between the clinical severity of the mental disorder .. and the legal gravity." Indeed, "For the canonist the principle must remain clear that only incapacity and not difficulty in giving consent and in realizing a true community of life and love, invalidates a marriage." The study has become useful as about the bigoressia having regard to its relevance, has not yet formed a corpus and a jurisprudence: in the present study we tried to break the deadlock by examining the existing case law with respect to the processing anorexia which, as seen,
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationDipendenze psicologiche e consenso matrimoniale.
Pages167-179
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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