Existential Analysis Vol. 28.2 July 2017 – Hard Copy


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  • John Heaton – An Obituary – Mike Harding
  • The Meaning Of Binge Drinking: A Phenomenological Study Of Women Who Go On Big Nights Out – John Bennett and Emmy van Deurzen
  • Attention, Experience and Self: Reflecting on Spinelli’s Notion of ‘Worlding’ – Peter L. Nelson
  • The Best Medicine? The Nature Of Humour And Its Significance For The Process of Psychotherapy – Neil Gibson & Digby Tantam
  • Kierkegaard’s Dangerous Folly – Ernesto Spinelli
  • Knotted: R.D. Laing and Psychiatry – Jan Sheppard
  • Existential Therapy in Lithuania: Its Post-Soviet Context and Present – Rimantas Kočiūnas
  • Existential Supervision: Phenomenological Research – Marija Vaštakė, Rimantas Kočiūnas
  • Researching The Reference Points Of Therapeutic Work In The Birštonas School Of Existential Therapy – Elita Kreislere
  • The Existential Unconscious: Sartre and the Dialectic of Freedom – Christian Gilliam
  • The Nightmare of Becoming Human: Metaphors and Reflections For Individuals In Search of Authentic Self – Micah Sadigh
  • What a Performance! Madonna, Montaigne, Cyrano and Existential Anguish – Hugh Hetherington
  • The Impact of Active Service on the Intimate Relationships of British Royal Naval Veterans of the Falklands War – Susan Iacovou and Chloe Paidoussis-Mitchell
  • A Meditation on ‘R’ in Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Complex Sign ‘aRb’ – Richard Swann
  • Book Reviews