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- 1 Past improbable, future possible: the renaissance in philosophy and psychiatryK. W. M. (Bill) Fulford, Katherine J. Morris, John Z. Sadler, and Giovanni Stanghellini
- 2 Towards a psyche for psychiatryRussell Meares
- 5 Psychiatry and lawDaniel N. Robinson
- 6 Understanding dementia: a hermeneutic perspectiveGuy A. M. Widdershoven and Ineke Widdershoven-Heerding
- 11 The phenomenology of body dysmorphic disorder: a Sartrean analysisKatherine J. Morris
- 12 Putting the époché into practice: schizophrenic experience as illustrating the phenomenological exploration of consciousnessNatalie Depraz
- 13 How can the phenomenological–anthropological approach contribute to diagnosis and classification in psychiatry?Alfred Kraus
- 14 IncomprehensibilityMarkus Heinimaa
- 15 Anxiety — animal reactions and the embodiment of meaningGerrit Glas
- 16 Linguistic markers of recovery: semantic and syntactic changes in the use of first person pronouns in the course of psychotherapyWerdie (C. W.) van Staden and Christa Krüger