Heidegger’s Critique of Causal Explanation in Relation to Psychotherapy. Critical Sketches on Heidegger’s “Zollikon Seminars”: Heidegger’s Critique of Causal Explanation in Relation to Psychotherapy. Critical Sketches on Heidegger’s “Zollikon Seminars”

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The article represents a critical re-evaluation of the contribution to psychiatry and psychotherapy
made by Heidegger. The author gives a detailed analysis of “Zollikon Seminars”,
placing emphasis on Heideggerian concept of the human being in the first part of the
article. According to Heidegger, the human being is not just present in the world, but he is
present in the world along with other beings, he exists in indissociability with things, with
the world. The existence of the human being, but not its interpretation, which reduces the
concept of the human being to thinking, consciousness or instinct, represents the starting
point of his philosophical inquiry. But that, which ever-already is, needs to be given an opportunity
to show itself. Therefore, the matter of the causal explanation, given with a view
to psychotherapy became one of the focal points for “Zollikon Seminars”. The second part
of the article is devoted to critique of Freud, delivered by Heidegger, which clarified Heidegger’s
approach to the existence of the human being through the striking antithesis
of causality and motivation and critique of the causal explanation. The third part of the
article comprises a reference to psychopathology and the practice of psychiatry, which,
according to our reckoning, Heidegger has elided in his reflections. It is fair to assume
that, if Heidegger gave consideration to the uniqueness of the psychopathology practice,
which its phenomena appear in, with regard to the causal explanation, his intuition on
this subject, concerning a radical distinction between the realm of freedom and the realm
of causality, could take a different direction. Having examined the critique, delivered by
him, more intently, we are able to say that Heidegger, despite his innovative approach,
still, did not take into consideration a number of problems, being present in the practice
of psychotherapy and psychiatry. Nevertheless, the importance of Heideggerian approach
resides primarily in a fact that Heidegger, for his part, insisted on the “productive meeting”
of philosophers and psychiatrists, meant to amend understanding of the practice of
psychiatry. An opportunity to combine the causal and the hermeneutic approaches in psychiatry was not considered by Heidegger, although, it seems to us, it is exactly the practice
of psychiatry, which the “meeting” of the causal theory and philosophy can become
really potentially productive and “stimulating” in.
Язык оригиналарусский
Страницы (с-по)133–150
Число страниц17
ЖурналMiscellanea Anthropologica et Sociologica
Том20
Номер выпуска1
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019

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