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Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia

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SOUZA, Camila Pereira de; BLOC, Lucas Guimarães  e  MOREIRA, Virginia. Body, Time, Space and Other as Possibility of (Psycho)pathological Lived. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2020, vol.20, n.spe, pp. 1253-1272. ISSN 1808-4281.

Body, time, space and Other are the bases that constitute our intersubjective experience. Named here as phenomenological categories, they are a tool for understanding the lived (psycho)pathological world, as these changes can result in an adornment experience structure, as the changes can result in a structure of experience of illness. This article aims to develop a theoretical study about the conditions that enable the emergence of the (psycho)pathological lived world from the perspective of a clinical phenomenology of ambiguity. The loss of vital communication with the world that is characteristic of bodily changes, the desynchronization of temporal experience, the empty and meaningless space linked to a loss in the I-Other dialectical relationship forms the nuclear axis of support of the (psycho)pathological worlds, illustrated here through the modes of functioning in melancholic depression and schizophrenia. We conclude that these categories cross each other and their division is only didactic. They need to be understood globally to reach the experiences of falling ill.

Palavras-chave : phenomenology; clinic; psychopathology.

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