Being and Nothingness that our sense of others is pre-conceptual, bodily and involves a distinctive way of experiencing possibilities. I concede that Sartre's emphasis on the loss of possibilities is too restrictive, but defend this more general view. In so doing, I consider some alterations in the structure of interpersonal experience that can occur in psychiatric illness. I propose that they are best interpreted as changes in a felt sense of possibility that is constitutive of our sense of others as persons." /> The structure of interpersonal experience - Ratcliffe Matthew | sdvig press

The structure of interpersonal experience

Matthew Ratcliffe

pp. 221-238

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