Studies in Phenomenology



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HORIZON

STUDIES IN PHENOMENOLOGY

VOLUME 5, NUMBER 2 2016

DASEINSANALYSIS:

HISTORY, CONTEMPORARY STATE AND PERSPECTIVES

     Daseinsanalysis as one of the modern trends in psychotherapy has a number of features that significantly differentiate it from all other psychotherapeutic practices. The special discourse generated, on the one hand, by psychoanalysis, on the other hand, by Heidegger's phenomenology and hermeneutics, becomes a place of constant voltage reflections about the nature of daseinsanalysis. The discourse produces an insurmountable hermeticity of its text and creates insularity of a community that produces the text.
      Pointing to his ontological rootedness, deseinsanalysis set himself in opposition to the rest of the set of ʻontic psychotherapiesʼ. Such position, firstly, extremely exacerbates the problem of other, second, raises the question of the nature of the relationship with these others, third, forces to inquire: How the ontological presents in a particular field of psychotherapy, and finally sets high requirements for the development of specific therapeutic questions.
     The issue consists of three parts: the first includes a number of original propaedeutic articles, the second block is devoted to case studies in the field of psychotherapeutic daseinsanalysis, the third block is not directly related to the subject of the issue, and includes articles on the Husserl’s works.
     The issue is prepared with participation of IFDA (International Federation of Daseinsanalysis (www.i-f-da.org) , ÖDAI (Österreichisches Daseinsanalytisches Institut für Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik und Grundlagenforschung (www.daseinsanalyse.at) and Institute for Daseinsanalysis (Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Human Sciences, Minsk).

CO-EDITOR:
Irina Kazakova

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