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TitleLived time : phenomenological and psychopathological studies
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                            Contents
Acknowledgments
Translator's Introduction
By Way of Preface
Introduction
Part I. Essay on the Temporal Aspect of Life
	1. Becoming and the Essential Elements of Time-Quality
	2. The Essential Charcteristics of the Personal Elan
	3. Vital Contact with Reality.  Lived Synchronism
	4 .The Future
	5. Death
	6. The Past
Part II. Spatiotemporal Structure of Mental Disorders
	1. General Orientation of Research
	2. The Notion of a Generating Disorder and the Structural Analysis of Mental Disorders
	3. Schizophrenia
	4. Manic Depression
	5. Several Particural Forms of Depressive States
	6. The Hypophreniacs
	7. Towards a Psychopathology of Lived Space
Bibliography
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454 I L I V E D T I M E
Dementia, senile, 377; and general paretics, 381-82
Dementia praecox, 71, 273

Hallucination, 229, 420; disposition to, 240; states of, 240
Desire: and the future, 92_102.

pathological, xg7
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Dide, M., 275, 401
Dimension in depth, xxv, 57, 178; of the ego, 52; and motives, 54 Dostoevski, F., 303

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Duration, lived, 2s-30

Ego: affirmation of, 49; dimension in depth of, 52; and personal
elan, 45-47; splitting of, 264;
t�mporal development of, 363;
Vll"tual duration of, 364, 366; and work, 58-59; and the world, 347 Egocentricity, 209

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Elan vital, xxv, 38-43; and personal
elan, 44-46

Ellenberger, Henri, xviii
Encasement, principle of, 121_29,

391
Epilepsy, and schizophrenia 204-9 Epileptoid, 208

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Eternity, n o
Etbi�al action : a s essentially con-

Scious, I I 9-20; quest for, I I I-2o Ethical tendency toward the good 6 Expectation, and the future, 87-9� Ey, Henri, xixn
Fischer, Franz, 275, 283-Bg, 432_33 Freedom, x6o-61
Freud, Sigmund, 56, 24I , 279; his concept of schizophrenia, 74
Fu� : blocking of, 187, 193 ; and

elan vital, 39-40; structural
analogy of, with the past, x6x . See also Activity, Desire, Expec­tation, Hope, Prayer

Gebsattel, V., 299-305
Gelma, E., 421n
Gruhle, Hans W., 247D, 248
G�baum, A. A., t38n, t 62n, 43rn Guuaud, P., 275
Guyan, J. M., Io8n

Having, 126; disorder of, in schizo-phrenia, 192
Heidegger, Martin, 1 8n
Hesnard, A., 237, 238
Homogenization : principle of 153 .

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�d principle of unfolding, �6-3�Homgswald, 297

Hope, and the future, 92_102
Husser!, Edmund, xxvli-xxxvi 5 Hypermania, 294-96

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Ideation, neoplastic, 213
Intentionality, xxxiv-xxxv
Introspection, 53_54
Intuition, Bergsonian, 222
Ivanov-Smolensky, A., 296

Janet, Pierre, 34n, 87, go, 149, I66, 264, 273, 334n, 339n, 34o; on memory, 3 1
Jaspers, Karl, xx-XXi, 72, 425n
Jealousy, pathological, 254
Judgmental disorder. See Delirium

Kraepelin, Emil, 7I, 202, 226, 273, 279, 294, 312n
Kretschmer, Ernst, 73, 204, 206,

280, 291, 373, 4I I

Laing, R . D:, xv-xvi
Lipps, Theodor, 83
Lived future, 6; foundation of So
Lived space, 8, 400; and Cier�-bault's syndrome, 219

Magnan, Valentin, 2II, 215
Man�c depression, 71-'73 ; and

schizophrenia, 223
Materialism, historical, s6
"Me-here-now," 274, 345, 377, 401,

403
Melancholy, delirious, 219
Memory, 3 1-34, 385; biological,

148; and the past, 14s-s2; pri­mary, 159; prospective, x57

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