Nature and narrative : an introduction to the new philosophy of psychiatry

edited by Bill (KWM) Fulford [et al.]

Nature and Narrative is the launch volume in a new series of books entitled International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry. The series will aim to build links between the sciences and humanities in psychiatry. Our ability to decipher mental disorders depends to a unique extent on both the sciences and the humanities. Science provides insight into the 'causes' of a problem, enabling us to formulate an 'explanation', and the humanities provide insight into its 'meanings' and helps with our 'understanding'. Psychiatry, if it is to develop as a balanced discipline, must draw on input from both of these spheres. Nature (for causes) and Narrative (for meanings) will help define the series as a whole by touching on a range of issues relevant to this 'border country'. With contributions from an international star-studded cast, representing the field of psychiatry, psychology and philosophy, this volume will set the scene for this new interdisciplinary field. This will be of interest to all those with practical experience of mental health issues, whether as providers or as users/consumers of services, as well as to philosophers, social scientists, and bioethicists.

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[目次]

  • 1. Past improbable, future possible: the renaissance in philosophy and psychiatry
  • SECTION 1 - RECYCLING HISTORY?
  • 2. Towards a psyche for psychiatry
  • SECTION 2 - A NEW KIND OF PHILOSOPHY
  • 3. Wittgenstein's method and psychoanalysis
  • 4. How can a mind be sick?
  • SECTION 3 - A NEW KIND OF ETHICS
  • 5. Psychiatry and the law
  • 6. Understanding dementia: a hermeneutic perspective
  • SECTION 4 - A NEW KIND OF PSYCHOLOGY
  • 7. Meaning and causal explanations in the behavioural sciences
  • 8. Subjectivity and the possibility of psychiatry
  • 9. Form and content: the role of discourse in mental disorder
  • 10. Meaning and causes of delusions
  • SECTION 5 - A NEW KIND OF PHENOMENOLOGY
  • 11. The phenomenology of body dysmorphic disorder: a Sartrean analysis
  • 12. Putting the epoche into practice: schizophrenic experience as illustrating the phenomenological exploration of consciousness
  • 13. How can the phenomenological-anthropological approach contribute to diagnosis and classification in psychiatry?
  • 14. Incomprehensibility
  • SECTION 6 - A NEW KIND OF SCIENCE
  • 15. Anxiety - animal reactions and the embodiment of meaning
  • 16. Linguistic markers of recovery: semantic, syntactic and pragmatic changes in the use of first person pronouns in the course of psychotherapy
  • SECTION 7 - FUTURE POSSIBLE?
  • 17. Magic, science and equality of human wits

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書名 Nature and narrative : an introduction to the new philosophy of psychiatry
著作者等 Fulford, K. W. M
Morris Katherine (Department of Philosophy University of Oxford)
Sadler John Z. (Department of Psychiatry University of Texas Dallas USA)
Stanghellini Giovanni (Department of Mental Health University of Florence Italy)
etc.
Fulford Bill
シリーズ名 International perspectives in philosophy and psychiatry
Oxford medical publications
出版元 Oxford University Press
刊行年月 2003
ページ数 xvii, 286 p
大きさ 24cm
ISBN 0198526113
NCID BA62327433
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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