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Psychiatry and philosophy.

Author: Erwin W Straus; Maurice Natanson; Henri Ey
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Springer, 1969.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erwin W Straus; Maurice Natanson; Henri Ey
ISBN: 9783642879869 3642879861
OCLC Number: 32406
Notes: Three essays which first appeared as individual chapters in Psychiatrie der Gegenwart.
Description: xii, 161 pages 24 cm
Contents: Erwin W. Straus: Psychiatry and philosophy. I. Introduction. Nature and existence --
II. Communication and the common --
III. The relation to the allon --
1. The visible as the third and as the other --
2. The visible is ruling --
3. The visible is encompassing --
IV. The significance of motility --
V. The primary animal situation --
VI. Disturbances of the primary situation --
1. Being awake --
2. The forgotten protasis of science --
3. Intentionality and causality --
4. The bipolarity of experience --
5. The symptomatic psychoses. Maurice Natanson: Philosophy and psychiatry. I. The relationship between philosophy and psychiatry --
II. Questions which philosophy directs to psychiatry --
1. The world of every-day life --
2. Normalcy --
3. The morbid --
4. Communication --
5. Etiology and therapy --
III. Methodological afterword. Henri Ey: Outline of an organo-dynamic conception of the structure, nosography, and pathogenesis of mental diseases. Introduction --
I. Preliminary considerations for an organo-dynamic conception of psychiatry --
II. First thesis (psychological): mental illness is implied in the organization of the psyche --
1. The studies of genetic psychology on the mental development of the child --
2. Studies on the structural stratification of the psyche --
III. Second thesis (Phenomenological): The structure of mental illness is essentially negative or regressive --
1. Mental illness as a rupture of the communication and interrelationships necessary for comprehension --
2. Mental illness as the unstructuring of reality --
IV. Third thesis (clinical): mental illnesses (psychoses and neuroses) are typical forms --
by their dynamic structure and their evolution --
of various levels of agenesis or dissolution of psychic organization --
V. Fourth thesis (Etiopathogenic): mental illness depends on organic processes --
1. The distinction and articulation of negative and positive --
2. Regression as organo-dynamic causality --
the organo-clinical gap --
3. Mental illness and central nervous system pathology --
4. The exotoxic processes --
5. Heredo-degenerative processes --
VI. Practical corollaries --
1. The distinction between normal and pathological --
2. Reconsideration of nosographic problems --
3. The necessity for a symtomatology of the depths of psyche --
4. Neuro-psychologic perspectives --
5. Therapeutic perspectives --
6. Helpful Suggestions.
Responsibility: By Erwin W. Straus, Maurice Natanson and Henri Ey. Edited by Maurice Natanson. (Translation: Erling Eng [and] Stephen C. Kennedy.).

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