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Part of the Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology book series PSTHP Abstract In this conversation, Louis Sass discusses phenomenological and hermeneutic themes as they have applied to his work with psychopathology, specifically schizophrenia.
Sass has consistently argued for a phenomenological approach to the study of self, subjectivity, and mental disorder. He asserts that these phenomenological approaches to psychopathology can be explanatory as well as descriptive.
In the interview Sass describes the itinerary of his own career in psychology. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Bibliography Borda, J. Phenomenology and neurobiology of self disorder in schizophrenia: Primary factors.
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Modernism and Madness: Louis Sass and Patricia Waugh in Conversation
Life[ edit ] Sass obtained his B. After serving as an assistant professor at the faculty Holy Cross College in Worcester , Massachusetts , he joined the faculty of Rutgers University. He has collaborated on research and writing projects with collaborators in Denmark, Spain, England, Mexico, Australia, Italy and the United States and has been a featured lecturer in these countries and elsewhere. He has also featured in a number of films on the subject of Schizophrenia. From to , Sass was president of the Division of Psychology and the Arts of the American Psychological Association , and from to he was president of their Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.
Part of the Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology book series PSTHP Abstract In this conversation, Louis Sass discusses phenomenological and hermeneutic themes as they have applied to his work with psychopathology, specifically schizophrenia. Sass has consistently argued for a phenomenological approach to the study of self, subjectivity, and mental disorder. He asserts that these phenomenological approaches to psychopathology can be explanatory as well as descriptive. In the interview Sass describes the itinerary of his own career in psychology. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Madness, Modernism, and Interpretation: A Conversation with Louis Sass