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The Resource Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain

Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain

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Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain
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Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain
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Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain
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  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Introduction: Cultural Ontology of the Self in Pain -- Abstract -- 1.1 Cultural Ontology, Self and Pain -- 1.2 Ontology of Pain -- 1.3 Culture, Politics and Ethics of Pain -- 1.4 Social Contexts of Pain -- References -- Part IOntology of Pain -- 2 Ontology of Pain in Moral Theories -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction: Towards an Ontology of Pain -- 2.2 Part-I -- 2.2.1 In the Socratic Thesis2026 -- 2.2.2 In Nicomachean Ethics2026 -- 2.2.3 Ontology of Pain as Negation -- 2.2.4 In the Epicurean Formulation2026 -- 2.2.5 Pain and the Principle of Naturalness -- 2.2.6 In the Stoic Formulation2026 -- 2.2.7 The Revival in Hume and Bentham -- 2.3 Part-II -- 2.3.1 Conclusion: Moral Theories and the Àsocial' Ontology of Pain -- References -- 3 The Familiar Stranger: On the Loss of Self in Intense Bodily Pain -- Abstract -- 3.1 Pain and the Loss of Self -- 3.2 The Losable and Makeable Self -- 3.3 The Self Destroyed in Pain -- 3.4 The Self Recovered -- References -- 4 Waiting to Speak: A Phenomenological Perspective on Our Silence Around Dying -- Abstract -- 4.1 Fear, Anxiety, and the Disclosure of Care -- 4.2 The Silence in Evading Death -- 4.3 The Imperative to Listen to Ourselves and to Death -- 4.4 Conclusion: The Intimacy in Being-Towards-Death -- References -- 5 Pain and Catharsis in Art, Ritual and Therapy -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 Human Negativity -- 5.1.2 Catharsis as a Form of Àufheben' in the Therapeutic Context -- 5.2 Pain and Catharsis in Southern African Rituals -- 5.3 Pain, Catharsis and Psychotherapy -- 5.4 Pain, Horror and Terror in Narratives: Distress Discharge Due to Ideal Distance -- 5.5 Common Elements of Catharsis in Art, Ritual and Therapy: Discharge, Aufhebung, Homoeotechnique and Imitatio Prominentis -- 5.5.1 Discharge---Recharge
  • 5.5.2 Catharsis as Homoeopathic Process -- 5.5.3 Homoeopathy as Medical Imitatio Prominentis -- 5.6 Conclusion: A Plea for Intensified Discourses on Alternative (Pain) Treatments -- 6 Traditional Philosophies and Gandhi's Approach to the Self in Pain -- Abstract -- 6.1 Dominant Western Philosophical Approaches -- 6.2 Dominant Indian Philosophical Approaches -- 6.3 Gandhi's Philosophical Approach and Traditional Philosophy -- 6.4 Gandhi's Philosophical Approach to Relative Truth, Absolute Truth and Ontology -- 6.5 Gandhi's Philosophical Approach to Nonviolence and Ontology -- 6.6 Gandhi's Philosophical Approach to the Self and Ontology -- 6.7 Concluding Suggestion: The Self in Pain as Constituted Given -- Part IICulture, Politics and Ethics of Pain -- 7 The Infinite Faces of Pain: Narrative, Eros, and Ethics -- Abstract -- 7.1 Medical Eros: Pain and La vie int00E9rieure -- 7.2 An Integrative Model of Pain: Narrative, Ethics, and Eros -- 7.3 Pain and Erotics of Narrative -- 7.4 Pain and Narrative Ethics: Three Probes -- 7.5 The Great Moment: The Infinity of the Face -- References -- 8 Shame, Placebo and World-Taking Cognitivism -- Abstract -- 8.1 Shame and World-Taking Cognitivism -- 8.1.1 The Radical Contextualist Challenge to Propositionality -- 8.1.2 The Framing Challenge to Propositionality -- 8.1.3 Misbegotten Ontologizing and Propositionality -- 8.2 P̀lacebo' Effects and Meaning -- 8.2.1 Psychological Conditioning -- 8.2.2 Belief and Expectation (Kirsch's Response Expectancies) -- 8.2.3 Meaning -- 8.3 Shame as Pain and the Boundaries of Biomedicine -- References -- 9 Self and Suffering in Buddhism and Phenomenology: Existential Pain, Compassion and the Problems of Institutional Healthcare -- Abstract -- 9.1 Phenomenological and Buddhist Perspectives on Selfhood and Action -- 9.2 Existential Pain and the Politics of Healthcare -- 9.3 Conclusion
  • References -- 10 Many Faces of Woman's Pain -- Abstract -- 10.1 Structures of Patriarchy -- 10.2 Heads I Win, Tails You Lose -- 10.3 Difference and J̀ustice as Sameness' -- 10.4 Justice as Difference -- 10.5 Overt and Covert Suffering, Positive and Negative Pain -- 10.6 How Did This Happen? -- 10.7 Conclusion -- References -- 11 Pain and Agency: On the Essential Importance of Vulnerability and Transgression -- Abstract -- 11.1 The External and Intersubjective Conditions of Human Agency -- 11.2 The Pain of Transgression -- 11.3 The Pain of Exclusion -- 11.4 Conclusion -- References -- Social Contexts of Pain -- 12 Dislocations, Marginalizations, Past and Present: Pain-Experiences of Two Marginalized Communities -- Abstract -- 12.1 Two Sites, Past, Present -- 12.2 Locating Pain-Sites in Context -- 12.3 Sites of Memory, Marginalization and Èxpression' of Pain -- 12.4 Further Problematising -- 12.5 On Cartographies -- References -- Colonial Archives -- Others -- 13 AFSPA and the Tortured Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Manipur -- Abstract -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 AFSPA as Instrument Against Torture -- 13.3 AFSPA as Instrument For Torture -- 13.4 Collective Memory of Torture and Commemoration -- 13.5 Protest: Memorializing Pain -- 13.6 Conclusion -- References -- Newspapers and Magazines -- Reports, Books and Articles -- 14 Medical Mission and the Interpretation of Pain -- Abstract -- 14.1 Pain, Subjectivity, and Culture -- 14.2 The Basel Mission and the Meaning of Pain -- 14.3 Spaces, Bodies, Caste, Meanings, and Pain -- 14.4 Pain and Female Bodies -- 14.5 Making of the Christian Subject -- 14.6 Conclusion -- Index
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