Living and Relating
An Introduction to Phenomenology
- Carol S. Becker - California State University, USA
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March 1992 | 290 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Everyday life events are employed in this volume to illustrate a phenomenological view of human nature, development and interpersonal relationships.
Becker draws on the work of key thinkers in existential philosophy, phenomenological philosophy and psychology, blended with humanistic, descriptive accounts of living and relating, to show how their insights can provide a rich and useful orientation to the everyday world of human existence.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
What is Phenomenology?
Phenomenological Understandings of Human Nature
Now and Then; Here and There
PART TWO: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Infants and Children
PART THREE: INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS
Parents and Children
Sexual Love Relationships
PART FOUR: HELPING RELATIONSHIPS
Helping the Physically Ill Person
Relational Aspects of College Teaching