This resource touches on a range of issues relevant to the merging of psychiatry and philosophy, with contributions from an international star-studded cast, representing the field of psychiatry, psychology and philosophy, this volume will set the scene for this new interdisciplinary field.
Table of Contents
- 1 Past improbable, future possible: the renaissance in philosophy and psychiatry
- 11 The phenomenology of body dysmorphic disorder: a Sartrean analysis
- 12 Putting the époché into practice: schizophrenic experience as illustrating the phenomenological exploration of consciousness
- 13 How can the phenomenological–anthropological approach contribute to diagnosis and classification in psychiatry?
- 14 Incomprehensibility