Vol 7 (2019)

Vol 7 (2019)

Psychopathology and Philosophy in Relation to the Existence of Human Being Part II

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13136/thau.v7i0

This monographic issue of Thaumàzein is the second part of a research that aims to investigate the possible relationship between specific psychopathological symptoms and a series of crucial questions of philosophy, such as: Anthropogenesis and Phenomenology of Emotions; Intersubjectivity and Direct Perception of Expressivity of the Other; Phenomenology of Embodiment; Minimal Self and Plasticity of the Process of Human Formation (Bildung); Value-ception (Wertnehmung), Order of Feeling, Philosophy of Person; Atypical Social Cognition and Common Sense.

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Table of Contents

Articles

Mads Gram Henriksen, Josef Parnas
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6–20
Kohji Ishihara
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21–37
Alexander Nicolai Wendt
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38–53
Anna Donise
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54–76
Paolo Augusto Masullo
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77–107