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world is my lifeworld). For Henry, this more explicit exteriorization is an expulsion of ‘that which makes it life and each of us living beings,’ in favour of the ‘becoming-present of Being’—the representation of the ‘external object’ to consciousness, and a correlative inaccessibility to

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

practices are still firmly woven into the daily lives of more traditional families in mid-transition to urban life; however, in the city centers, where both young and old are being sold a modern future, these practices are under an imminent threat. Three related open questions thus arise. The first is

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

not yet used this variable, but it is nevertheless important to include because the standard of living denotes how well or poorly the people of a country live. A low standard of living suggests that while people might have enough money to afford a basic life of food and shelter, they do not have

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Author: Amedeo Giorgi

make. (For example, Paley, 2017 , pp. 16, 17, 18, 24, 27, etc.). Of course, a lot depends upon what “attribute” really means. Does a meaning come wholly out of a person, or is there something in the object being considered (the description) that motivates the announcement of a specific meaning? For

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

"free to be my own person and to live my life the way I chose." Yet another "escaped" from a drug rehabilitation program and resumed university studies. These examples also show how the content of proactive living differed widely between subjects. At a broad level of conceptualization this 120

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

. Structure One for P4 and P6 A positive experience in psychotherapy for a long-term client suffering var- ious problems in living is one in which a client feels that some alleviation of the problem that motivated therapy has taken place. This occurs when the personhood of the therapist resonates well with

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Peter Ashworth

psychology and phenomenology is seen slightly differently. The change in attitude which opens up reflection upon one's conscious life (rather than just living it) is accomplished by the phenomenological-psychological reduction, a step which is an important move in the direction of the full tran- scendental

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Joona Taipale

interpreted as being founded upon the natural (like with the life-philosophers). This insight, again, motivates the third part of Ideas ii which concerns lived experience and personal world-constitution without naturalizing its foundations. In a similar vein, Staiti heads towards this direction in the

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Linda Finlay

- ple sclerosis. Drawing on Ann’s own reflections captured in a rel- atively unstructured inter view, I construct a narrative around her first year of living with the diagnosis. Then, existential-phenome- nological analysis reveals how Ann’s life—lived in and through a par ticular body and lifeworld

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

(see for example a recent report from Socialdepartementet, 2010). While the care provided in institutional settings has come to attract quite some attention among dementia care researchers, the needs as experienced by those who are living through the early stages of the disease are still poorly

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology