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Author Stephens, G. Lynn.

Title When self-consciousness breaks : alien voices and inserted thoughts / G. Lynn Stephens, George Graham
Published Cambridge, Mass ; London : The MIT Press, 2000

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Description xii, 198 pages ; 21 cm
Series Philosophical psychopathology. Disorders in mind
Philosophical psychopathology. Disorders in mind
Philosophical psychopathology. Disorders in mind
Contents Series foreword -- Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Voice lessons -- 3. The auditory-hallucination model of voices -- 4. A first tale of Hoffman -- 5. A second tale of Hoffman -- 6. Thought insertion -- 7. In the Frankfurt school -- 8. Alientated self-consciousness explained -- Bibliography -- Index
Summary "In this book, G. Lynn Stephens and George Graham examine verbal hallucinations and thought insertion as examples of alienated self-consciousness, in which a subject is directly or introspectively aware of an episode in his or her mental life but experiences it as alien - as somehow attributable to another person."--BOOK JACKET
Notes "A Bradford book"
Bibliography Includes bibliography and index
Notes Also available via the World Wide Web
Subject Thought insertion.
Hallucinations and illusions.
Mental suggestion.
Auditory hallucinations.
Self.
Self-perception.
Author Graham, George, 1945-
LC no. 00026720
ISBN 0262194376 :