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Trauma: Culture, Meaning and Philosophy

  title={Trauma: Culture, Meaning and Philosophy},
  author={P. Bracken},
Part I. Trauma. Meaning and Psychiatry. Introduction. Enlightenment. Psychiatry and The Nature of Mind. Post traumatic Anxiety. The Limitations of cognitive Approaches to Meaning and Trauma. Part II. A Phenomenological Approach to Meaning and its Loss. Heiddegger s Account of Human Reality. A Heideggerian approach to Psychology and Psychotherapy. Meaning Anxiety and Ontology. Authenticity in Question. Part III. Meaning and The Culture of Postmodernity. Modernity. Postmodernity and The Question… Expand
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