Major area: Phenomenology
Jakub Čapek, Sophie Loidolt, Alessandro Salice, Alexander Schnell, Claudia Serban Untill 2001 edited by Karl-Heinz Lembeck, Ernst Wolfgang Orth und Hans Rainer Sepp. 2006 bis 2021 herausgegeben von Jean-Luc Marion, Marco M. Olivetti and Walter Schweidler. The editors understand phenomenology as a systematic discipline that provides important impulses in contemporary philosophical debates as well as in other disciplines. Their different approaches can be understood by recourse to a common tradition that has become increasingly differentiated in the constant work on “things themselves”. The “Phenomenology Series” represents this tradition in its entire breadth and theoretical diversity as well as in its current formations and further developments. The languages of the series are German, English and French.
Schriftenreihe der DGAP (German Society for Analytical Psychology)
Edited by Thomas Fuchs, Thiemo Breyer, Boris Wandruszka, Stefano Micali Phenomenology can be regarded as the basic science of subjective experience. It examines its central structures, especially intentionality, corporeality, temporality and intersubjectivity, in order to arrive at insights into the basic forms of human experience in health and illness. Going beyond the subject/object divide, their attention is focused on the indissoluble connection between subjectivity and experience of the world. For psychiatry, this means that being mentally ill is neither seen as a purely objective event that can be localised in the brain nor attributed to a hidden “inner space” of the psychic. Rather, mental illness manifests itself in experience as well as in bodily appearance and behaviour, in the temporality of life, in relationships to others, in short: in the entire being-in-the-world of the sick person. The DGAP series presents research contributions in which phenomenological approaches are further developed in anthropology, psychiatry and psychotherapy.