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Author Grahek, Nikola.
Title Feeling pain and being in pain / Nikola Grahek.
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2007.
©2007
Edition 2nd ed.

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Author Grahek, Nikola.
Series Bradford book.
Subject Pain.
Pain perception.
Pain.
Pain Threshold.
Description 1 online resource (181 pages)
Edition 2nd ed.
Note "A Bradford book."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The biological function and importance of pain -- Dissociation phenomena in human pain experience -- Pain asymbolia -- How is pain without painfulness possible? -- Conceptual and theoretical implications of pain asymbolia -- Pain quality and painfulness without pain -- C-fibers and all that.
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Summary An examination of the two most radical dissociation syndromes of the human pain experience--pain without painfulness and painfulness without pain--and what they reveal about the complex nature of pain and its sensory, cognitive, and behavioral components. In Feeling Pain and Being in Pain, Nikola Grahek examines two of the most radical dissociation syndromes to be found in human pain experience: pain without painfulness and painfulness without pain. Grahek shows that these two syndromes--the complete dissociation of the sensory dimension of pain from its affective, cognitive, and behavioral components, and its opposite, the dissociation of pain's affective components from its sensory-discriminative components (inconceivable to most of us but documented by ample clinical evidence)--have much to teach us about the true nature and structure of human pain experience. Grahek explains the crucial distinction betweenfeeling pain and being in pain, defending it on both conceptual and empirical grounds. He argues that the two dissociative syndromes reveal the complexity of the human pain experience: its major components, the role they play in overall pain experience, the way they work together, and the basic neural structures and mechanisms that subserve them. Feeling Pain and Being in Pain does not offer another philosophical theory of pain that conclusively supports or definitively refutes either subjectivist or objectivist assumptions in the philosophy of mind. Instead, Grahek calls for a less doctrinaire and more balanced approach to the study of mind-brain phenomena.
ISBN 9780262274234 (electronic bk.)
026227423X (electronic bk.)
9781429465571
1429465573
9780262072830 (hbk.)
0262072831 (hbk.)
OCLC # 123415009
Additional Format Print version: Grahek, Nikola. Feeling pain and being in pain. 2nd ed. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2007 9780262072830 0262072831 (DLC) 2006030376 (OCoLC)71466422


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