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TitlePhilosophical counselling & the unconscious
Author edited by Peter B. Raabe
Imprint Amherst, NY : Trivium Publications, c2006
Descript 299 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

SUMMARY

This book addresses the topic of the unconscious from three different perspectives: philosophy, clinical psychology, and personal mental health. It is therefore relevant to a variety of individuals, such as students and philosophers studying philosophy of psychology and philosophy of mind, and students and practitioners in the field of mental health for whom the formal definition and description of the unconscious has undergone radical changes. In addition, it is informative and helpful in a practical way to individuals for whom a consideration of the unconscious has played a role in dealing with their own mental health. -- Book jacket


CONTENT

The unconscious: Sartre versus Freud -- Mankind cannot bear too much reality: wishful thinking and the unconscious -- Divided loyalties: cultural "weltanschauungen" and the psychology of the unconscious -- Humean character revision: reflections of pride and shame -- Sometimes a cigar in just a cigar -- Nietzsche and the unconscious -- Addressing the crisis of meaning: towards a 'psychotheological' reading of the unconscious -- The pathologos: the unsuspected underlying belief -- Critical thinking not "head shrinking" -- Dialogue and the unconscious -- Hidden Kantian full thoughts in modern socratic dialogues -- The unconscious and philosophical counselling -- Can philosophers deal with the unconscious? -- Causal nets and the disappearance of the unconscious -- Transcending the unconscious: philosophical counselling sessions with Arthur Schopenhauer


Philosophical counseling Subconsciousness

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