The Phenomenologico-Sociological Conception of the “Human Being-on-the- Brink-of-Existence”: A New Approach to Socio-Communal Psychiatry
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 31)
The Twentieth Century will probably be remembered, among other things, for a general preoccupation with communication.
KeywordsMental Illness Human Person Moral Sense Human Psyche Mental Patient
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