Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

ISSNs: 0047-2662, 1569-1624

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    Heidegger and the Destruction of Aristotle, written by Kirkland, S.D.Eugene M. DeRobertis - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):109-120.
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    Newtonianism, Relationality, and the Ethical Intersubjectivity of Time.Edwin E. Gantt, Emily Purtschert & Kiara Aguirre - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):1-35.
    Insufficient attention has been paid to the ways in which Newtonian conceptualizations of time encourage the view in contemporary psychology that only efficient causal explanations are viable, explanations that ultimately render meaningful, purposive, morally rich human actions and relationships illusory. In short, psychology’s pervasive adoption of Newtonian assumptions about time and causation renders the discipline incapable of understanding human behavior, its primary focus of study, in any but fundamentally inhuman ways. This paper aims (1) to provide a critique of the (...)
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    Imagination in Experiences of Visual Art: An Investigation in Phenomenological Psychology.Anders Essom-Stenz & Tone Roald - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):62-88.
    In this article, we demonstrate empirically that imagination is fundamental in experiences of visual art. We do so through phenomenological interviews and analysis in dialogue with works of the phenomenologists Mikel Dufrenne, Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. We challenge Dufrenne’s delimiting of imagination to a pre-reflective power of synthesis, and argue in favor of a more comprehensive psychological understanding of imagination, which encompasses psychological differences in actual lived experience. Our analysis shows how imagination is necessarily part of experiences with visual (...)
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    A Phenomenological Investigation of the Experiential Features of Trauma.Tiia-Mari Hovila - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):89-107.
    This article examines the experience of trauma, paying particular attention to how traumatization affects one’s sense of body, time, and intersubjectivity. Furthermore, this study provides one example of how literature can be used in phenomenological research. Using both classical and contemporary phenomenological sources and deepening the analysis by discussing a first-person description by Marguerite Duras, the article aims to clarify one crucial aspect of traumatic experience: trauma alters experiential features so that the relation between traumatic past and present becomes rigid.
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    Appearance of Beauty.Benedikte Kudahl & Tone Roald - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):36-61.
    This article describes what it is like to experience beauty in visual art. Our phenomenological analysis of interviews with visual art museum visitors shows that beauty appears as the relationship between two different experiential modes. Initially, the perceiver feels herself affectively and bodily immersed in the perceived while awareness of herself pulls back. Self-awareness eventually returns, allowing for a subtle yet distinct mode of reflection in which the viewer looks back at the initial moment of felt connection with the perceived. (...)
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    Reconceptualizing schizophrenia: The phenomenology of urhomelessness, edited by Kamens, S.Elizabeth Pienkos - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):121-127.
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    Becoming a Place of Unrest. Environmental Crisis and Ecophenomenological Praxis, written by Booth, R.Nikoleta Zampaki - 2024 - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 55 (1):128-130.
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