Volume 15, Number 3, September 2008

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From: Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology

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Phenomenology, Behaviorism, and the Nature of Mental Disorders: Voices from Spain

Guest Editors: Marino Pérez-Álvarez and Louis A. Sass

Introduction

Phenomenology, Behaviorism, and the Nature of Mental Disorders: Voices From Spain

pp. 195-198
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Feature Articles

Phenomenology and Behaviorism: A Mutual Readjustment

pp. 199-210
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More Aristotle, Less DSM: The Ontology of Mental Disorders in Constructivist Perspective

pp. 211-225
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The Role of Superstition in Psychopathology

pp. 227-237
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From the Visions of Saint Teresa of Jesus to the Voices of Schizophrenia

pp. 239-250
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Commentaries

The Phenomenology of Superstition or a Phenomenological Superstition?

pp. 251-254
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Phenomenology and Modern Behavioral Psychology

pp. 255-258
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Anthropological Perspectives in Psychiatric Nosology

pp. 259-263
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Aristotle Rules, OK?

pp. 265-268
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Experiential Avoidance and Superstition: Considering Concepts in Context

pp. 269-271
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Teresian Visions

pp. 273-276
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Creativity Belongs to the Person, not to Disease

pp. 277-279
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Response

Defending a Phenomenological–Behavioral Perspective: Culture, Behavior, and Experience

pp. 281-285
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About the Authors

About the Authors

pp. 287-288
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Concurrent Contents

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

pp. 289-290
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International News and Notes

International News and Notes

pp. 291-293
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