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https://doi.org/10.21464/sp35204

Shared Empathy and Self-Testimony in Psychiatric Therapy and in Philosophical Practice – a Case Study

Rastko Jovanov orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-5226-5375 ; University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Kraljice Natalije 45, RS–11000 Belgrade


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str. 348-348

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I address the problem of how shared empathy and group therapy are a required condition for any successful work with patients in medical and clients in philosophical practice. Moreover, a theory of shared empathy must also account for the arguably more intricate issue of how group members might properly share their own mental domain with its distinctive phenomenology, and their distinctive attitudes toward one another, so that the necessary self-testimonies of clients do not rest on the previous pathological state. Furthermore, I aim to offer some steps towards solving this problem. I will do so by outlining what methodology lies behind the theory of shared empathy, and showing how, based on the results of a case study, it can be understood in such a way that it still accommodates all requirements for what counts as valid coherence of self-testimony and successful client’s healing.

Ključne riječi

shared empathy; self-testimony; counselling; therapy; philosophical practice; collective intentionality; group attitudes; Edith Stein

Hrčak ID:

253998

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/253998

Datum izdavanja:

29.12.2020.

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