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  • A Different Existence; Principles Of Phenomenological Psychopathology
  • Jan Hendrick Van Den Berg
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0391008250

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  1. It is a light and engaging read, an introduction to phenomenological psychopathology, but it can be read by anyone as it is really a work on the all important subject of mental health with implications which anyone of us including the healthy person can take away.The book mostly revolves around the example case of a single psychiatric patient, about whom, the author tells us, I meet him in every one of my patients 4 Overall, instead of laying out a theory the book centres on this central It is a light and engaging read, an introduction to phenomenological psychopathology, but it can be read by anyone as it is really a work on the all important subject of mental health with implications which anyone of us including the healthy person can take away.The book mostly revolves around the example case of a single psychiatric patient, about whom, the author tells us, I meet him in every one of my patients 4 Overall, instead of laying out a theory the book centres on this central one, and other examples This is in accordance with the phenomenological method itself, which is mostly concerned with direct descriptions rather than with how the world appears on a second thought.Before anything particular is said on the phenomenological method in psychopathology, the patient s story is narrated roughly in the way the patient tells it Van den Berg groups his complaints into four categories really they are all...