Springer Verlag (2018)

Giampiero Arciero
University of Geneva
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ISBN(s) 978-3-319-78086-3   978-3-319-78087-0
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-78087-0
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Corporeality and Organisms

The core of this chapter consists in an engagement with theoretical biology. Touching upon Heidegger’s dialog with von Uexküll’s work, by developing a phenomenological reappraisal of facticity, it reaches a new understanding of the difference between human beings and animals.On the one hand, this di... see more

Corporeality and Ipseity

The central questions of this chapter spring from a theme already explored in the previous one: what possible new relations with the natural sciences are engendered by the ontological and methodological release of scientific psychology from the paradigm of production on which it rests? In other word... see more

The Care of Self and Psychotherapy

This chapter outlines a path that allows us to grasp phenomenological psychotherapy within the framework of the care of self—a tradition that has thematized the relation between one’s way of living and the disclosing and transforming of oneself—as the reappropriation and renewal of this tradition. T... see more

Organisms and Freedom

The difference between human beings and animals is more fully explored in this chapter which elucidates the difference in question in the light of the contrasting modes of enactment of the motility of life among living beings. These phenomenological analyses ultimately trace the humanity of man—and ... see more

Traces of Oneself and Healing

Deriving from the new methodological approach of formal indication is the general principle that guides what we refer to as phenomenological psychotherapy. It consists in an interpretative understanding faithfully focusing on the actual occurrence of living experience, as this manifests itself to th... see more

Personal Stories and Psychotherapy

The phenomenological psychology and psychotherapy, which cannot access the meaning of experience through reflective objectification, must do so by grasping it in its enactment: by grasping the taking shape of lived experience in relation to this or that circumstance, as it actually occurs in everyda... see more

Self-Intimacy and Individuation

Ipseity rather than as a produced thing appears as an event or rather as a phenomenon. The constitutive temporariness of human existence, its motility, is seen at each moment as a disclosure of meaning, as an intelligible space that opens up with respect to the meaningful things we encounter. Clearl... see more

The Accesses to Oneself

The failure of a way of conceiving and grasping man’s being starting from the question of what that being is exactly calls for an ontology capable of thematizing the guiding idea of man that has shaped the development of psychology and psychotherapy. What is suggested, then, is the outlining of a ne... see more

“Nemo psychologus nisi physiologus”

A detailed analysis of the conceptual developments of cybernetics is provided down to the contemporary neurosciences and psychologies that stem from them. The chapter then touches upon the debate between the easy and the hard problem that monopolized the attention of scientists, philosophers, resear... see more

Creatures, Technology, and Scientific Psychology

The chapter follows the various stages in the development of the paradigm of production in the modern age, with a particular attention to how, first with Kant and then—and especially—with Fichte, it came to establish itself as the foundation of the natural-scientific psychology and the life sciences... see more

On the Care Path

The paradigm of production, which grasps things as products, has supported the ancient Greek as well as the contemporary vision of man that constitutes the foundation of therapeutic practice. Thus, the theme of healing is understood in the light of the paradigm of production and hence of a way of ac... see more

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