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245 00 Psychology and the other /|cedited by David Goodman and 
       Mark Freeman. 
264  1 Oxford :|bOxford University Press,|c2015. 
264  4 |c©2015. 
300    1 online resource 
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337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gChapter 1.|tIntroduction: Why the Other? /|rDavid M. 
       Goodman and Mark Freeman --|gPart I.|tThinking Otherwise 
       about the Human Condition:|gChapter 2:|tTime and Lament: 
       Levinas and the Impossible Possibility of Therapy /|rEric 
       R. Severson;|gChapter 3.|tThe Fourth/Reduction: Carl Jung,
       Richard Kearney, and the Via Tertia of Otherness /|rAmy 
       Bentley Lamborn;|gChapter 4.|tTranscendence, Renewal, and 
       Reconciliation in Ronald Laing and Hans Loewald /|rMarsha 
       Aileen Hewitt;|gChapter 5.|t"The Other" within: Freud's 
       Representation of the Mind /|rAlfred I. Tauber;|gChapter 
       6.|tThe Melancholy of Psychoanalysis: Marion, Kristeva, 
       and the Difference of Theology /|rJennifer Wang --|gPart 
       II.|tHealing Through Relation:|gChapter 7.|tKierkegaard 
       and the Other: A Phenomenological Psychotherapy /|rMerold 
       Westphal;|tCommentary on Westphal: The Patient's 
       Intentionality as Primary /|rElizabeth A. Corpt;|gChapter 
       8.|tThe Difficulty of Being Two: Subjectivity and 
       Otherness according to Lacan and Levinas /|rJeffrey 
       Bloechl;|tCommentary on Bloechl: The Levinasian Freud /
       |rMark Freeman;|gChapter 9.|tBeyond Sameness and 
       Difference: Normative Unconscious Processes and Our Mutual
       Implication in Each Other's Suffering /|rLynne Layton;
       |tCommentary on Layton: Beyond Sameness and Difference: 
       Some Transnational Perspectives /|rLeslie A. Adelson;
       |gChapter 10.|tThe Shock of Recognition: What My 
       Grandfather Taught Me About Psychoanalytic Process /
       |rStuart A. Pizer;|tCommentary on Pizer: The Refugee in 
       the Kitchen: Variations on Hineni for Stuart Pizer and His
       Grandfather /|rDonna M. Orange;|gChapter 11.|tBeyond 
       Alterity: The Path to Gratitude /|rMarie Hoffman;
       |tCommentary on Hoffman: Gratitude and Existential 
       Uncertainty /|rDoris Brothers;|gChapter 12:|tBeing-in-the-
       World and Schizophrenia: Three Phenomenological Approaches
       to Self-Experience in Schizophrenia /|rElizabeth Grosz;
       |tCommentary on Grosz: The Anguish of the Intermediaries: 
       The Lived Experience of Schizophrenia /|rHeather Macdonald
       and Christy Hobza --|gPart III.|tVoices in the Field of 
       the Other:|gChapter 13.|tConfronting Otherness and 
       Negotiating Identity in the German Jewish Experience /
       |rRoger Frie;|gChapter 14.|tOn Psychologizing the Other: 
       Plato, Pith Helmets, and Pathology /|rAlvin Dueck;
       |gChapter 15.|tThe Pornographic Self: Technology, 
       Vulnerability, and "Risk Free" Desire /|rDavid M. Goodman;
       |gChapter 16.|tThe Language of the Inbox: A Radical 
       Rethinking of Hospitality /|rHeather Macdonald;|gChapter 
       17.|tWriting the Vignette: Fascination and the Reversing 
       of the Subjective /|rPeter August. 
520 8  'Psychology and the Other' brings into dialogue 
       perspectives on the idea of the Other from various 
       subdisciplines within psychology along with related 
       disciplines through constructive critical exchange. At its
       heart is the attempt to use the language of the Other as a
       vehicle for rethinking aspects of psychological processes.
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       June 22, 2015). 
650  0 Psychology.|0
650  0 Psychoanalysis.|0
650  0 Psychology and philosophy.|0
650 12 Psychology.|0 
700 1  Goodman, David,|d1980-|0
700 1  Freeman, Mark Philip,|d1955-|0
776 08 |iPrint version :|z9780199324804. 
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990    ProQuest Ebook Central|bEbook Central Academic Complete
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