intersubjective


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intersubjective

(ˌɪntəsəbˈdʒɛktɪv)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy existing or occurring between two or more conscious minds
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The book's second part, "Intersubjectivity, Selfhood, and Persons," explores the relation between enculturated, intersubjective personhood and the conceptually independent self.
The program is based on the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice model developed by Dan Hughes and introduces parents to four challenges with these children: blocked trust, fear of intersubjective connection within reciprocal relationships, high levels of shame, and miscuing of attachment needs through a pattern of expressed and hidden needs.
Other than establishing a relationship of authority, of knowing about the other, we may thing that taking care gets another meaning in an intersubjective relationship.
Sophie Ledebur argues that practical knowledge is embedded in the experiences and daily routines of mental asylums, that it is mobilized through intersubjective communication, and that it influences behaviors and encodes perceptions.
The study is theoretically and methodologically based on the following benchmarks of health management: (i) approaches from the perspective of quality assessment in health and geared toward the improvement of quality, such as accreditation, contractualization and the clinic management/Clinical Governance and patient safety (3,4,11); (ii) approaches that highlight the micropolitical and intersubjective dimension of the organization and management of the health work process and the care production, being recognized the central role of the subjects in the health care production (9,10,12-16).
Intergenerational recognition is introduced as a key dynamism and practice in intersubjective socialisation, unfolding in everyday environments among 'significant others'.
In its simplest definition, "assemblage" describes how things come together, a relational ecology that is both intrasubjective and intersubjective.
The multidisciplinary approach yields understanding of the emotional and cognitive foundation of intersubjective interactions no single discipline can achieve alone.
The theoretical strands that interweave throughout the paper include seminal ideas from the classical and contemporary literature, spanning Freudian, Kleinian, Bionian, and then more broadly, independent, intersubjective, and relational schools.
His success relies upon his conception of justice, which he takes to depend on the discursively rational, and, therefore, intersubjective, justification of legal norms.
Yousef's ability to discover the smallest moment of arrest in the microdrama of intersubjective encounter is at times astonishing, and is consistent with a recent turn in affect theory away from what we might call "big affect" (boredom, rage) toward its more modest, ambient, and incomplete forms: reading Romantic Intimacy, I was reminded at times of Kathleen Stewart's Ordinary Affects and its appeal to nonhierarchized forms of attachment and a version of agency no longer synonymous with achievement.
Or better intersubjective communication, that is something that is not related only to an intellectual or mental moment but something corporeal, embodied.