Volume 13, Number 3, September 2006

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology

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Spiritual Relationships as an Analytical Instrument in Psychotherapy With Religious Patients

pp. 185-196
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Commentaries

"Spirituality": "Weasel-Word" or Gateway to New Understanding?

pp. 197-199
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Taking Religious Experience Seriously

pp. 201-203
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Response

How Fool Is a "Holy Fool"?

pp. 205-210
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Feature Article

Taking Mentality Seriously: A Philosophical Inquiry Into the Language of Addiction and Recovery

pp. 211-222
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Commentaries

Surrender Versus Control: How Best Not to Drink

pp. 223-226
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The Truth Will Set You Free, or How a Troubled Philosophical Theory May Help to Understand How People Talk About Their Addiction

pp. 227-231
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Response

Confronting Addiction Across Disciplines

pp. 233-236
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Feature Article

Why Treating Problems in Emotion May Not Require Altering Eliciting Cognitions

pp. 237-246
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Commentaries

Why the Phenomenology Remains Foundational

pp. 247-249
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Taming the Beast Within

pp. 251-253
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Response

Some More Reflections on Emotions, Thoughts, and Therapy

pp. 255-257
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Contributors

About the Authors

pp. 259-260
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Concurrent Contents

Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology

pp. 261-262
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International News and Notes

International News and Notes

pp. 263-266
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