General Psychopathology, Volume 2

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JHU Press, 27 Nov 1997 - 922 halaman

In 1910, Karl Jaspers wrote a seminal essay on morbid jealousy in which he laid the foundation for the psychopathological phenomenology that through his work and the work of Hans Gruhle and Kurt Schneider, among others, would become the hallmark of the Heidelberg school of psychiatry. In General Psychopathology, his most important contribution to the Heidelberg school, Jaspers critiques the scientific aspirations of psychotherapy, arguing that in the realm of the human, the explanation of behavior through the observation of regularity and patterns in it (Erklärende Psychologie) must be supplemented by an understanding of the "meaning-relations" experienced by human beings (Verstehende Psychologie).

 

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The Causal Connections of Psychic Life
451
d Causal events are extraconscious events
457
EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENT AND OF THE BODY ON Psychic LIFE
463
its meaning and possible implica
465
Somatic findings in psychosis 246
473
Cerebral processes
478
a survey of this
492
CHAPTER VIII
497
Investigations into population occupation class urban rural
722
Psychopathology of Mind
728
possession psychic epidemics witchcraft
734
EXPRESSION OF THE PSYCHE THROUGH BODY AND MOVEMENT
750
The basic laws of psychological understanding and
751
The problem of the nature of
756
MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS AND THEIR
767
Psychiatry and Philosophy
768

Foreword to the 1997 Edition by Paul R McHugh M D
507
The total mental achievementthe patients general outlook
512
Application of Genetics to psychopathology
513
THE TOTALITY OF THE MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS
524
negative results up to the present
527
Chapter
530
Examples of theory formation in psychopathology
534
c Rational and empathic understanding 304
545
The boundaries of general psychopathology 1
546
Critique of theorising in general
547
The Conception of the Psychic Life as a Whole
556
THE SYNTHESIS OF Disease ENTITIES NOSOLOGIE
563
Basic classifications in the total field of psychic illness
573
Symptomcomplexes syndromes
582
Some basic concepts 6
587
Prejudice and presupposition 16
604
THE HUMAN SPECIES EIDOLOGIE
617
Methods 22
618
Awareness of the body 88
623
1 The sources of our ability to understand and the task of
667
Race
668
THE OBJECTIVE PERFORMANCES OF Psychic LIFE LEISTUNGSPSYCHO
671
d Investigation guided by the idea of the individual
674
MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS
678
The individual life as a biological event
681
Selfreflection 347
694
The Abnormal Psyche in Society and History
709
MEANINGFUL OBJECTIVE PHENOMENA
714
Introduction 53
716
1 Attention and fluctuations in consciousness
719
CHAPTER I
777
The concept of health and illness
779
MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS AND THEIR SPECIFIC MECHANISMS
788
The meaning of medical practice
790
Awareness of objects 60
809
Examination of patients
825
Connections with a meaningful content 317
834
S3 Prognosis
842
Sleep and hypnosis
848
Name Index
861
779
867
General Index
869
Speech
871
Delusion and Awareness of reality 93
876
208
878
144
880
785
883
a Psychogenic reactions Erlebnisreaktionen 367
884
214
886
PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGYLEISTUNGSPSYCHOLOGIE
890
273
891
7 Awareness of the self 121
893
Experience of space and time 79
894
516
899
790
905
THE INDIVIDUALS PERSONAL WORLD THE PSYCHOLOGY
907
Phenomena of selfreflection 131
912
The basic psychosomatic facts
913
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Karl Jaspers (1883-1969), a founder of existentialism, studied law and medicine at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and received his M.D. in 1909. He taught psychiatry and philosophy at the University of Heidelberg, and philosophy at the University of Basel in Switzerland. His books include Psychology of World Views, and Philosophy.

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