Ricoeur and the Third Discourse of the Person: From Philosophy and Neuroscience to Psychiatry and Theology

Lexington Books (2018)

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Michael T. H. Wong
Monash University
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Neuropsychiatrist Michael T. H. Wong argues that the notions of soul, mind, brain, self and consciousness are no longer adequate on their own to explain humanity. He formulates a “third discourse” that brings philosophy neuroscience theology and psychiatry together as an innovative multilayered narrative for the person in the twenty-first century.
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