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The Divided Self

Laing, R. D.
Publisher:  Pelican Books, Baltimore, USA
Year Published:  1970   First Published:  1960
Pages:  218pp  
Resource Type:  Book

Laing sets out to make madeness and the process of going mad comprehensible.

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Original Edition
Preface to the Pelican Edition
Acknowledgements

Part One
1 The existential-phenomenological foundations for a science of persons
2 The esistential-phenomenologiacal foundations for the understand fo psychosis
3 Ontologiacal Insecurity

Part Two
4 The embodied and unembodied self
5 The inner self in the schizoid condition
6 The false-self system
7 Self-consciousness
8 The case of Peter

Part Three
9 Psychotic developments
10 The self and the false self in schizophrenic
11 The ghost of the weed garden: a study of a chronic schizophrenic

References

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