TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

- LIST OF TABLES

 

- INTRODUCTION

 

Chapter I

- SEMIOTIC PHENOMENOLOGY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

1.1 Phenomenology

1.2 Semiotics

1.3 Semiotic Phenomenology

1.4 Experiential Psychotherapy

1.5 Semiotic Phenomenology and Experiential Psychotherapy

1.6 Semiotic Phenomenology and Psychotherapies

1.6.1 The Phenomenology of Ludwig Binswanger

1.6.2 The Phenomenology of Medard Boss

1.6 .3 The 'Phenomenology of Viktor Frankl

1.6.4 The Phenomenology of Rollo May

1.6.5 Phenomenology as Method and Psychotherapy

1.6.6 The Semiotics of Jurgen Ruesch

1.6.7 The Semiotics of Harley Shands

1.6.8 Semiotics and Phenomenology in the Psychoanalysis of Jacques Lacan

1.7 Conclusion

 

Chapter II.

 

- SEMIOTIC PHENOMENOLOGY AND METHOD

2.1 Method in Humanistic Psychology

2.1.1 Client-Centered Theory

2.1.2 Theory of Personal Constructs

2.1.3 Critique of Method in Humanistic Psychology

2.2 Method in Phenomenological Psychology

2.2.1 Adequateness of a Phenomenological Method

2.2.2 Functionality of a Phenomenological Method

2.2.3 Trustworthiness of a Phenomenological Method

2.3 Semiotic Phenomenology as Metatheory

2.4 Semiotic Phenomenology as Praxis

2.4.1 Learning

2.4.2 Rehabilitation

2.4.3 Psychotherapy

2.4.4 Sexuality

2.4.5 Higher Education.


Chapter III

 

- THEORY OF EXPERIENCING

3.1 Experiencing and Meaning.

3.1.1 Experienced.Meaning (Felt Sense)

3 . 1 . 2 Symbols

3.1.3 Experience and the Creation of Meaning.

3.2 Experiencing and Personality

3.2.1 Personality Change

3.2.2 The Unconscious

3.3 Experiencing and Psychotherapy (Focusing)

3.3.1 Focusing and Body

3.3.2 Focusing and Symbolization.

3.3.3 Focusing and Interpersonal Relationship

3.3.4 Focusing and Other Psychotherapies

3.4 Experiencing and Method

3.4.1 The Experiential Method

3.4.2 The Experiential Explication

3.5 Epilogue


Chapter VI

 

-THE THEORY OF EXPERIENCING AND SEMIOTIC PHENOMENOLOGY

4.1 Semiotic Phenomenology of Experiencing as Theory

4.2 Semiotic Phenomenology ofExperiencing as Psychotherapy

4.3 Semiotic Phenomenology of Experiencing as Methodology

 

- CONCLUSION.

- REFERENCES.

- APPENDICES.

A. Eugene Gendlin's Books, Articles, and Lectures

B. An Interview with Eugene Gendlin.

- LIST OF TABLES

1. The Relationship Between Symbols and Felt Meaning

2. Application of the Principies of "lofi" and Relativity to the Seven Medes of Functional Relationship

3. Schematic of Gendlin's Theory of Personaiity Change

4. Lanigan's Semiotic Phenomenoiogical Model of Analysis

5. Lanigan's Semiotic Model of Huxnan Conimunication

6. Semiotic Phenomenology of Experiencing as Gendlin's Theory.


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