The Oxford Handbook of the Self (inbunden)
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The Oxford Handbook of the Self (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of the Self

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The Oxford Handbook of the Self explores a fascinating diversity of questions about our understanding of self from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives, including philosophy, ethics, psychology, neuroscience, psychopathology, narrative, and postmodern theories.
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John P. Lizza, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews It is remarkable that Shaun Gallagher has managed to dish up such a satisfying work in The Oxford Handbook of the Self ... [He] has assembled an outstanding array of articles to understand how contemporary research programs in diverse fields converge on the self to address the perennial problem of the nature of our being. The Oxford Handbook of the Self is an excellent, interdisciplinary resource for teaching and research.

Shaun Gallagher, University of Magdeburg This is an outstanding collection, looking from any aspect at the self. The articles by some truly remarkable authors are of great quality and cover an immense range of issues. This collection is a gem.

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<br>Shaun Gallagher is Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Sciences, and Senior Researcher at the Institute of Simulation and Training, at the University of Central Florida (USA); he has secondary research appointments at the University of Hertfordshire and the University of Copenhagen. He has been Visiting Scientist at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, and Visiting Professor at the University of Copenhagen, the Centre de Recherche en Epistemelogie Appliquee (CREA), Paris, and the Ecole Normale Superiure, Lyon.<br>


Introduction: A diversity of selves; 1. SELF: BEGINNINGS AND BASICS; 1. History as Prologue: Western Theories of the Self; 2. What is it like to be a newborn?; 3. Self-recognition; 4. Self in the brain; 2. BODILY SELVES; 5. The embodied self; 6. Body awareness and self-consciousness; 7. The sense of body ownership; 8. Phenomenological dimensions of bodily self-consciousness; 9. Witnessing from Here: Self-Awareness from a Bodily versus Embodied Perspective; 3. PHENOMENOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS OF SELF; 10. The minimal subject; 11. The no-self alternative; 12. Buddhist Non-Self: The No-Owner's Manual; 13. Unity of consciousness and the problem of self; 4. PERSONAL AND IDENTITY, NARRATIVE IDENTITY, AND SELF-KNOWLEDGE; 14. Personal identity; 15. On what we are; 16. On knowing your self; 17. The narrative self; 5. ACTION AND THE MORAL DIMENSIONS OF SELF; 18. The unimportance of identity; 19. Self-agency; 20. Self-control in action; 21. Moral responsibility and the self; 6. SELF PATHOLOGIES; 22. The structure of self-consciousness in schizophrenia; 23. Multiple selves; 24. Autism and the self; 25. The self: Growth, integrity, and coming apart; 7. THE SELF IN DIVERSE CONTEXTS; 26. Our Glassy Essence: the Fallible Self in Pragmatist Thought; 27. The social construction of self; 28. The Dialogical Self: A Process of Positioning in Space and Time; 29. Glass Selves: Emotions, subjectivity, and the research process; 30. The Postmodern Self: An Essay on Anachronism and Powerlessness; 31. Self, subjectivity, and the instituted social imaginary