Clinical Phenomenology: A Method for Care?

I develop here one of the many topics raised by Sass, Parnas, and Zahavi, namely the role of phenomenology in clarifying issues not amenable to standard empirical methods. The authors of this scholarly paper mainly tackle this issue from the angle of psychopathological research in schizophrenia. I would like to build on their argument, having in mind one dimension of clinical phenomenology that has not been approached in their paper: the issue of care, that is the use of the method implemented by clinical phenomenology in the therapeutic setting.I first briefly outline some methodological principles of clinical phenomenology in the context of psychopathological research that may be implemented in the context of ..
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