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BOOK REVIEW
ALICE HOLZHEY-KUNZ. “SUFFERING FROM OUR OWN BEING.
DASEINSANALYSIS AND THE TASK OF A HERMENEUTICS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL PHENOMENA”
Trans. by I. Gluchova, ed. T. Shchyttsova, Vilnius: Logvino literatūros namai, 2016. ISBN 978-609-8147-64-3

Title in the language of publication: РЕЦЕНЗИЯ НА КНИГУ
АЛИСЫ ХОЛЬЦХЕЙ-КУНЦ “СТРАДАНИЕ ИЗ-ЗА СОБСТВЕННОГО БЫТИЯ:
ДАЗАЙН-АНАЛИЗ И ЗАДАЧА ГЕРМЕНЕВТИКИ ПСИХОПАТОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ФЕНОМЕНОВ”
Пер. с нем. И.В. Глуховой, под ред. Т.В. Щитцовой. Вильнюс: Логвинов, 2016. ISBN 978-609-8147-64-3
Author: Alexey Lyzlov
Issue: HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology.
Vol. 5, №2 (2016),  440–453
Language: Russian
Document type: Book Review
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Abstract
The review provides an outline of the book and discusses the approach by A. Holtshey-Kunz to the interpretation of psychopathological phenomena, developed by her within daseinsanalysis. Reviewer traces the logic of author’s critical analysis of daseins-analytical approaches by L. von Binswanger and M. Boss, and problematizes number of important points in the author’s interpretation of M. Boss’s daseinsanalysis. The reviewer shows the problematic nature of the author’s interpretation of Heidegger’s “Being and Time” – the interpretation, on the basis of which she concludes that the “fall” of Dasein has the structure of wish and coordinates daseinsanalysis with psychoanalysis. This interpretation, however, allows the author to substantiate and develop an original approach to the understanding of mental suffering, presented in the concluding part of the book. Тhis approach is discussed in the end of review.

Key words
Alice Holzhey-Kunz, Binswanger, Boss, Heidegger, daseins-analysis, norm, openness, body, psychoanalysis.

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