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by Ernest Keen

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ISBN:
0275975673
Author:
Ernest Keen
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Praeger; 1 edition (January 30, 2002)
Pages:
152 pages
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1200 kb
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1818 kb
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Subjects: Self-Consciousness.

Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Subjects: Self-Consciousness.

Xvi, 135 pages ; 24 cm. "Most studies of depression focus on psychiatric or medical interpretations. But sadness and guilt are human experiences, Keen asserts, and not disease symptoms. They involve intricate layers of enacting a style for others, of coping with moral crises, and of enduring disappointment. Depression tells us to life and death - and good and evil - but not sickness and health.

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Examines the experience of depression and explores its personal, social, and moral meanings

Depression : Self-Consciousness, Pretending, and Guilt. Examines the experience of depression and explores its personal, social, and moral meanings. Most studies of depression focus on the psychiatric or medical interpretation of the experience. Sadness and guilt are human experiences, Keen argues, not disease symptoms. They involve the intricate layers of enacting a style for others, of coping wit. Specifications.

Self-Consciousness, Pretending, and Guilt. Published January 30, 2002 by Praeger Publishers.

People with self-compassion can weather failures, can forgive themselves for screwing up, can accept their insecurities and flaws and try despite them. Ignore the cheesiness of the title here

People with self-compassion can weather failures, can forgive themselves for screwing up, can accept their insecurities and flaws and try despite them. Ignore the cheesiness of the title here. Self-compassion is the answer to every time you’ve ever heard someone say, hey, don’t be so hard on yourself, without any explanation of how to not be so hard on yourself

Main Author: Keen, Ernest, 1937-. Self-consciousness (Sensitivity).

Main Author: Keen, Ernest, 1937-. Corporate Authors: ProQuest (Firm).

Reflexive self-consciousness is a concept, related to that of enlightenment, formulated by Eugene Halliday during the 1940s-1950s in England. He set out his concept in his book, Reflexive Self-Consciousness, which, having been circulated in softback. He set out his concept in his book, Reflexive Self-Consciousness, which, having been circulated in softback format for many years, was published in hardback in 1989 by Melchisedec Press, ISBN 1-872240-01-1

Self-consciousness (Sensitivity). Depression, Emotion and the Self : Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. by: Ratcliffe, Matthew.

Self-consciousness (Sensitivity). Understanding and Dealing with Depression.

Most studies of depression focus on the psychiatric or medical interpretation of the experience. Sadness and guilt are human experiences, Keen argues, not disease symptoms. They involve the intricate layers of enacting a style for others, of coping with moral crises, and enduring disappointment. Depression tells us of life and death, good and evil, but not sickness and health.

Keen begins with human consciousness, in contrast to the non-reflective consciousness of animals. It becomes clear that the social meanings of being depressed complicate and may even obscure the experiences of sadness and guilt that must be lived through and survived in human depression. The uniquely human and moral content is highlighted; the dysfunction of disease is demystified. Of particular interest to practitioners, professors, and students involved with psychology.