Indo - Pacific Journal of Phenomenology

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 1/2, October

Doing It Differently: Engaging Interview Participants with Imaginative Variation
IntroductionThe purpose of this paper is to discuss the innovative use of the phenomenological technique of imaginative variation as a creative method within data collection. It focuses on the first author's research investigating the lived erotic experiences...
Editorial
Three thought-provoking articles I recently came across comment on the way in which the changing nature of academic publishing and bibliographic data bases has impacted on the traditional structure and content of editorials. Traditionally, the editorial...
Evidence And/or Experience-Based Knowledge in Lifestyle Treatment of Patients Diagnosed as Obese?
Because research is one thing ... but retrieving experiences from my experience box - that has impacted my approach. ... When I started working with this, in the beginning, I was more like this: Now you have come to the right place. I was kind of like...
Exploring the Salience of Intergenerational Trauma among Children and Grandchildren of Victims of Apartheid-Era Gross Human Rights Violations
IntroductionSouth Africa's long history of race-based oppression preceded the introduction in 1948 of formal Apartheid (an Afrikaans term meaning "separateness"), having started with the onset of colonialism in 1652 (Gibson, 2004). Although democracy...
Images of Psychoanalysis: A Phenomenological Study of Medical Students' Sense of Psychoanalysis before and after a Four-Week Elective Course
ContextIn 2014 the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA) set up an Image Task Force chaired by Angela Mauss-Hanke to study how the field of psychoanalysis is perceived by non-psychoanalysts. This paper reports on one of multiple studies to...
Investigating the Experiences of Special School Visual Arts Teachers: An Illustration of Phenomenological Methods and Analysis
BackgroundPrior to the mid-1990s, discourse in the field of the art education of students with disabilities was dominated by the concept of "ableism", emphasizing the physical and functional limitations of disabled persons and how these "problems" could...
Nietzsche Contra God: A Battle Within
I am one thing, my writings are another.(Nietzsche, 1888)I have been since 1876 more a battlefield than a man.(Nietzsche, 1882)Introduction"Atheism is the secret of religion."(Feuerbach, 1843/2008, p. ix)Nietzsche has earned the reputation of being the...
Psychotherapy for the Other: Levinas and the Face-to-Face Relationship
Psychotherapy for the Other: Levinas and the Face-to-Face Relationship Kevin C. Krycka, George Kunz, & George G. Sayre (Eds.). (2015). Psychotherapy for the Other: Levinas and the Face-to-Face Relationship. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press....
The Community of Solitude
The Community of SolitudePerhaps the way in which Descartes himself was shaken by the discovery of this ego is significant as an indication to us lesser spirits that something truly great, indeed of the greatest magnitude, is announced in it, something...
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