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Mette Steenberg, Pernille Bräuner and Sebastian Wallot

as a powerful socially coalescing presence, allowing readers a sense of subjective and shared experience at the same time”. Linguistic analysis of online responses demonstrated a development of “verbatim and near verbatim repetition” including “syntactic mirroring” and “reflective mirroring” over a

Randy Fertel

, positivistic rationality. Improv’s spin is to urge us instead to embrace subjectivity and some version of the irrational, depending on what cultural moment it inhabits (from the Muses’ inspiration, to Jung’s unconscious, to the drugs of the Beats). A challenge to the mainstream – to ‘the spirit of the times

Luke Hockley and Lucy Huskinson

subjective factor of life, and locating the ‘I’ of self within the inner world of the individual: the domain and preserve of the introvert. Such a position, Brown claims, could not be sustained by Jung, who went on to develop his notion of unconsciousness as the ground of self, with consciousness now

Robin S. Brown

be otherwise. Jung ( 1921 , para. 622) writes: It is characteristic of our present extraverted sense of values that the word ‘subjective’ usually sounds like a reproof; at all events the epithet ‘merely subjective’ is brandished like a weapon over the head of anyone who is not boundlessly convinced

Kevin Lu

contribution. Gross has been written out of the field’s history and Heuer’s text is a corrective to this maltreatment. Yet the book is, in many ways, so much more than this. Included in the analysis is a moving exploration of the author’s own subjectivity, one rarely seen in academic publications. Heuer not

Wolfgang Giegerich

. That particular meaning of metaphysics is attributed to Schelling. Poor Schelling! What a downgrading! He would probably shudder if he knew how he is read today. Schelling was a veritable philosopher, a stringent, rigorous thinker, and his thinking was by no means guided by whatever vague subjective

Sean McGrath

Pietist upbringing, particularly the ‘speculative Pietist’ idea of creation as theophany, the self-manifestation of the divine, 2 the young Schelling fused neo-Platonic cosmology with transcendental philosophy and formulated a holistic and dynamic ontology of nature in which subjectivity is not

Margaret Heraghty

the individual narratives. The parts end with a more in-depth discussion of a particular overarching concept relevant to the addiction process. Part1 illustrates through subjective narrative what it is like to be caught up in a major addiction and concludes with an overview of the nature of developing

David Parker

be tantamount to an ‘astro-alchemical myth’. Mather draws on Hogg's descriptions and recorded subjective experiences as a painter to emphasise the importance of physical and tactile qualities in the development of his imagery, and the similarities these images have with alchemical and astrological

Susan Rowland

archetypal thinking therefore appears to offer a means of conceptualizing how we might approach a metaphysics of subjectivity without forgoing the influence of postmodern thinking. This notion corresponds with … [the] contention that the idea of participatory enaction theoretically makes conceivable the