I then suggestsome implications of these features for investigating medical theory
and practice. The relation between phenomenology and medicine is neither
arbitrary nor artificialbut implicitinphenomenology's general project ofproviding ...
Author: S. Kay Toombs
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Some of the authors who have contributed to this volume are philosophers, some are engaged in other academic disciplines, and several are practicing healthcare professionals. Their essays demonstrate that because phenomenology provides extraordinary insights into many of the issues that are directly addressed within the world of medicine it can be an invaluable practical tool, not only for those who are interested in the philosophy of medicine, but for all healthcare professionals who are actively engaged in the care of the sick.
The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology is the first ever comprehensive review of the field.
Author: Giovanni Stanghellini
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The field of phenomenological psychopathology (PP) is concerned with exploring and describing the individual experience of those suffering from mental disorders. The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology is the first ever comprehensive review of the field.
The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is an outstanding guide to this important and fascinating topic.
Author: Daniele De Santis
Phenomenology was one of the twentieth century’s major philosophical movements, and it continues to be a vibrant and widely studied subject today with relevance beyond philosophy in areas such as medicine and cognitive sciences. The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is an outstanding guide to this important and fascinating topic. Its focus on phenomenology’s historical and systematic dimensions makes it a unique and valuable reference source. Moreover, its innovative approach includes entries that don’t simply reflect the state-of-the-art but in many cases advance it. Comprising seventy-five chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook offers unparalleled coverage and discussion of the subject, and is divided into five clear parts: • Phenomenology and the history of philosophy • Issues and concepts in phenomenology • Major figures in phenomenology • Intersections • Phenomenology in the world. Essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy studying phenomenology, The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is also suitable for those in related disciplines such as psychology, religion, literature, sociology and anthropology.
This volume explores the essential issues involved in bringing phenomenology together with the cognitive sciences, and provides some examples of research located at the intersection of these disciplines.
Author: Daniel Schmicking
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume explores the essential issues involved in bringing phenomenology together with the cognitive sciences, and provides some examples of research located at the intersection of these disciplines. The topics addressed here cover a lot of ground, including questions about naturalizing phenomenology, the precise methods of phenomenology and how they can be used in the empirical cognitive sciences, specific analyses of perception, attention, emotion, imagination, embodied movement, action and agency, representation and cognition, inters- jectivity, language and metaphor. In addition there are chapters that focus on empirical experiments involving psychophysics, perception, and neuro- and psychopathologies. The idea that phenomenology, understood as a philosophical approach taken by thinkers like Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and others, can offer a positive contribution to the cognitive sciences is a relatively recent idea. Prior to the 1990s, phenomenology was employed in a critique of the first wave of cognitivist and computational approaches to the mind (see Dreyfus 1972). What some consider a second wave in cognitive science, with emphasis on connectionism and neuros- ence, opened up possibilities for phenomenological intervention in a more positive way, resulting in proposals like neurophenomenology (Varela 1996). Thus, bra- imaging technologies can turn to phenomenological insights to guide experimen- tion (see, e. g. , Jack and Roepstorff 2003; Gallagher and Zahavi 2008).
The collection is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in twentieth-century philosophy.
Author: Edmund Husserl
Publisher: Indiana University Press
The Essential Husserl, the first anthology in English of Edmund Husserl's major writings, provides access to the scope of his philosophical studies, including selections from his key works: Logical Investigations, Ideas I and II, Formal and Transcendental Logic, Experience and Judgment, Cartesian Meditations, The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology, and On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time. The collection is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in twentieth-century philosophy.
Joseph J. Kockelmans, Philosophy of Mathematics in the Middle Ages (in Dutch) (Langemark: Vonksteen, 1953); "On the Mode of Being of Mathematical Entities" (in Dutch), in Tijdschrift voor Philosophie, 16(1954), pp. 289-33l. 2Joseph J. ...
Author: J.J. Kockelmans
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
I have always had a great interest in the philosophy of science. At first this interest led to reflections on the mathematical sciences;l later my focus shifted to the natural sciences;2 during the past twenty years or so my interest has also included the behavioral, social, and historical sciences) From the very start my interest was always combined with a concern for the history of the sciences. In philosophy of science proper, my main interest was not in logical, methodological, or even epistemological issues, although I obviously studied and taught the most important insights proposed in the leading publications in this large field of study. My concern has always been predominantly ontological; and in that area I have approached the relevant issues from a 4 phenomenological perspective. For what follows it is perhaps of some importance to mention here that I came to phenomenology in a rather indirect way, through the philosophy of Nicolai Hartmann. Yet it was mainly the influence of Herman Van Breda and Alphonse De Waelhens which led me directly to Husserl's phenomenology. At first I fo cused almost exclusively on Husserl's phenomenology. Later I moved in the direction of the philosophy of Merleau-Ponty and, 1Cf. Joseph J. Kockelmans, Philosophy of Mathematics in the Middle Ages (in Dutch) (Langemark: Vonksteen, 1953); "On the Mode of Being of Mathematical Entities" (in Dutch), in Tijdschrift voor Philosophie, 16(1954), pp. 289-33l. 2Joseph J. Kockelmans, On Time and Space.
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Philosophy and Medicine 68 ) Dordrecht 2001 . Trawny , Peter ( Hg . ) : „ Voll
Verdienst , doch dichterisch wohnet der Mensch auf dieser Erde “ ( Schriftenreihe
der Martin ...
Listening to patients : A phenomenological approach to nursing research and
practice . New York ... The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy , 12 , 219-240 .
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Continuing his quest to bring American philosophy back to its roots, Bruce Wilshire connects the work of such thinkers as Thoreau, Emerson, Dewey, and James with Native American beliefs and practices.
Author: Bruce Wilshire
Publisher: Penn State Press
Continuing his quest to bring American philosophy back to its roots, Bruce Wilshire connects the work of such thinkers as Thoreau, Emerson, Dewey, and James with Native American beliefs and practices. His search is not for exact parallels, but rather for fundamental affinities between the equally &"organismic&" thought systems of indigenous peoples and classic American philosophers. Wilshire gives particular emphasis to the affinities between Black Elk&’s view of the hoop of the world and Emerson&’s notion of horizon, and also between a shaman&’s healing practices and James&’s ideas of pure experience, willingness to believe, and a pluralistic universe. As these connections come into focus, the book shows how European phenomenology was inspired and influenced by the classic American philosophers, whose own work reveals the inspiration and influence of indigenous thought. Wilshire&’s book also reveals how artificial are the walls that separate the sciences and the humanities in academia, and that separate Continental from Anglo-American thought within the single discipline of philosophy.
. The essays in the volume are all fresh, the result of recent work, and the opening chapter by Garro and Mattingly places the current trend in narrative analysis in historical context, explaining its diverse origins (and constructs) in a ...
Author: Cheryl Mattingly
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Social Science
"A valuable collection. . . . The essays in the volume are all fresh, the result of recent work, and the opening chapter by Garro and Mattingly places the current trend in narrative analysis in historical context, explaining its diverse origins (and constructs) in a range of disciplines."—Shirley Lindenbaum, author of Kuru Sorcery "A good place to consult the narrative turn in medical anthropology. Thick with the richness and diversity and stubborn resistance to interpretations of human stories of illness. An anthropological antidote for too narrow a framing of the complex tangle of ways-of-being and ways-of-telling that make medicine a space of indelibly human experiences." —Arthur Kleinman, author of The Illness Narratives
This book concerns itself with an issue that is not sufficiently addressed in the literature: HeideggerÆs philosophy of science.
Author: Trish Glazebrook
Publisher: Fordham Univ Press
"Glazebrook demonstrates that Heidegger's philosophy of science is not neatly divided into "early" and "late" (or "Heidegger I" and "Heidegger II"), but is, rather, an ongoing development over at least three periods, bound together as an analysis of modern science and an uncovering of other possibilities for understanding nature." --Book Jacket.
The book draws on insights from a number of modern philosophers of medicine, in particular C. Boorse, C. Whitbeck and I. Pörn. Some conclusions, however, are quite different from all the modern theories discussed.
Author: L.Y Nordenfelt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This study of the concept of health combines central ideas in modern philosophy of medicine with some results from analytical action theory. The concept which emerges is one of health founded on an action-theoretic platform: a person's health is characterized by his/her ability to achieve his/her vital goals. The book draws on insights from a number of modern philosophers of medicine, in particular C. Boorse, C. Whitbeck and I. Pörn. Some conclusions, however, are quite different from all the modern theories discussed. This mainly concerns the analysis of the concept of a vital goal which is, in the present study, connected with human happiness. The book will be of particular interest to philosophers of medicine and philosophers in general. Also of value to medical personnel and health policy makers who take an interest in the conceptual foundations of health care.
The distinctions between health, disease, and the rationale of much of the clinical phenomenology may only be understood in the context of the developmental
process of the personality and by consideration of the detailed accounts of ...
Johann Gottlieb Fichte , in his Wissenschaftslehre of 1804 , saw it as a “ theory of
phenomenon and appearance ” , and in his Sittenlehre ( 1812 ) spoke of a “
phenomeno logy of the ego ” . Medicine . Phenomenology was probably
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On: 1993
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language and cognition ) " A Bradford book . ... 9316701 DIAGNOSIS HANDBOOKS Phenomenology , language & schizophrenia / Manfred Spitzer ( et
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Characteristics and phenomenology of hair - pulling : an exploration of subtypes .
Comprehensive Psychiatry 2001 ; 42 : 247 - 256 . Ninan PT , Rothbaum BO ,
Marsteller FA , et al . A placebo - controlled trial of cognitive - behavioral therapy
Author: David P. Moore
The HANDBOOK is a comprehensive text covering nearly every psychiatric, neurologic, and general medical condition capable of affecting mental status. It is divided into 30 sections patterned after topic headings in the DSM-IV. Within each section is a series of chapters that briefly describe an overview, time of onset, clinical features, course, complications, etiology, differential diagnosis, and treatment of a given disorder. A short list of references follows every chapter, and many chapters include radiographs that show characteristics of the disease process. The final section covers psychopharmacology, emphasizing medical features such as pharmacokinetics, side effects, drug-drug interactions, and complications of overdose. New topics/chapters include: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Encopresis Schizophreniform Disorder Brief Psychotic Disorder Jactatio Nocturna Capitis Schizoid Personality Disorder Avoidant Personality Disorder Supersensitivity Psychosis Rabbit Syndrome Amnesia Catatonia Alien Hand Syndrome Environmental Dependency Syndrome Postictal Psychosis Psychosis of Forced Normalization Interictal Psychosis Interictal Personality Syndrome Fronto-temporal Dementia Cortico-Basal Ganglionic Degeneration Multiple System Atrophy Neurocanthocytosis Dentatorubropallidoluysian Atrophy Hashimoto's encephalopathy New-Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Gertsmann-Straussler-Scheinker Disease Fahr's Syndrome
Leslie and ginning of this century , medical anthropology as we Young 1992 ;
Cohen 1998 ) . know it today began in the ... hermeneutics , phenomenology ,
and narrative analysis , among diverse , competing healing systems within a medical ...
Author: Chloe E. Bird
This long-respected reference reflects the latest developments in the field, and surveys current topics in medical sociology-including ecological factors in illness and disease, technology in medical care, and health care in developing countries. Comprised of readings by leading specialists, these selections probe into specific policy issues concerning medical care, mental health, and addictive diseases. Students receive a historical as well as contemporary perspective of the field. Provides students with topics of gender and health, disability, emotions and health, experience of illness, managed care, quality of life, sociology and bioethics, and intersections between medical sociology and other social science health disciplines. NEW - A diverse group of authors - Both institutionally and geographically. Gives students a balance of different perspectives in the field. Coverage of a wide variety of topics-e.g., the history of medical sociology; social epidemiology; aging; and medical technology and education.
Winner of the 1998 C. Wright Mills Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems The Making of the Unborn Patient: Social Anatomy of Fetal Surgery, Monica J. Casper, It is now possible for physicians to recognize that a pregnant ...
Author: Monica J. Casper
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Winner of the 1998 C. Wright Mills Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems The Making of the Unborn Patient: Social Anatomy of Fetal Surgery, Monica J. Casper, It is now possible for physicians to recognize that a pregnant woman's foetus is facing life-threatening problems, perform surgery on the foetus, and if it survives, return it to the woman's uterus to finish gestation. Although foetal surgery has existed in various forms for three decades, it is only just beginning to capture the public's imagination. These still largely experimental procedures raise all types of medical, political and ethical questions. Who is the patient? What are the technical difficulties involved in foetal surgery? How do reproductive politics seep into the operating room, and how do medical definitions and meanings flow out of medicine and into other social spheres? How are ethical issues defined in this practice and who defines them? Is foetal surgery the kind of medicine we want? What is involved in reframing foetal surgery as a women's health issue, rather than simply a paediatric concern? In this ethnographic study of the social, cultural and historical aspects of foetal surgery, Monica Casper addresses these questions. "The Making of the Unborn Patient" examines two important and connected events of the second half of the 20th century: the emergence of foetal surgery as a new medical specialty and the debut of the unborn patient.
Observations in this field are phenomenological , and the technology is not
available to carry out much of the research suggested by this introduction , or to
implement a treatment program . Assays for many of these hormones are