Janus Head 10 (2):505-527 (2008)

Abstract
The claim of metabletic phenomenology about the changing nature of reality is a claim about the relation etween humanity and reality. First, it indicates that reality is a reflection of human life. Second, metabletic phenomenology indicates that the mirror relation between humanity and reality is one of participation. The example of linear perspective painting will illustrate these points. In turn, four psychological themes are identified in Van den Berg's work. The first and second themes concern, respectively, the character and place of psychological reality. Themes three and four are addressed to the inherently therapeutic and ethical dimensions of Van den Berg's psychology.
Keywords Continental Philosophy  Language and Literature
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DOI 10.5840/jh200810211
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