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BRANCO, Paulo Coelho Castelo. The Unconditional Regard Idea as Epoché: Limits and Suspension of What?. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2020, vol.20, n.spe, pp. 1088-1107. ISSN 1808-4281.

This article aims to reflect the limits of the idea of unconditional positive regard as an epoché, to question what is suspended. It presents the husserlian notion of epoché and the rogerian concept of unconditional positive regard. Then, it situates the origins of the epoché's appropriations by the phenomenological clinic and by rogerian approach. Posteriorly, it reflections that demarcate some limits between these attitudes. It concludes that the unconditional positive regard could be the suspension of judgments that proceed from the affections of sympathy, apathy, and antipathy. In a meta-theory, this serves to describe the non-directive listening procedure without judgments, which would come from the assimilation of a worldview from Phenomenology, but it is not a pure Phenomenology, phenomenological philosophy or Phenomenological Psychology. The unconditional positive regard is a listening attitude that has developed outside the phenomenological method, and does not need to be legitimized by epoché, does not propose any reduction, does not suspend the belief of the self-actualization tendency and its suspension is not phenomenological.

Palavras-chave : Carl Rogers; phenomenology; humanistic psychology; phenomenological psychology; client centered therapy.

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