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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.47.2017.tde-05102017-173927
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Author
Full name
Filipe Barbosa Margarido
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Antúnez, Andrés Eduardo Aguirre (President)
Pansarelli, Daniel
Protasio, Myriam Moreira
Safra, Gilberto
Title in Portuguese
O desespero humano: Søren Kierkegaard e a clínica psicológica
Keywords in Portuguese
Angústia
Desespero
Morte
Psicologia Clínica
Sofrimento
Abstract in Portuguese
Investigamos acerca do sofrimento humano e suas vicissitudes na clínica psicológica, a partir do pensamento de Kierkegaard, especificamente a partir do conceito de desespero. Objetivase analisar os caminhos que o psicólogo tem para compreender os fenômenos mentais, e relacioná-los com a filosofia kierkegaardiana, pautado numa metodologia qualitativa de pesquisa. Sendo o sofrimento humano um fenômeno subjetivo, ele adquire uma semântica diferente para cada indivíduo. Kierkegaard explora o sofrimento a partir da universalidade do fenômeno do desespero. No livro A doença mortal, o autor faz uma análise estrutural sobre as diversas manifestações que o desespero pode ter para cada pessoa, de acordo com os níveis de consciência que cada um possui. Nesse percurso, a proposta desta investigação articulou esses saberes à clínica psicológica naquilo que se revela no sofrimento. Para tanto, constatamos que o terapeuta precisa estar fundamentado numa epistemologia que acolha a questão do mistério e do inominável da condição humana, tal como foi examinada a partir do pensamento de Kierkegaard. Este autor analisou o desespero num horizonte filosófico e teológico. Na perspectiva clínica, vemos que o desespero encontra-se num horizonte de compreensão que paciente e terapeuta têm no instante da sessão psicoterápica
Title in English
The sickness unto death: Søren Kierkegaard and the clinical psychology. Master's degree dissertation
Keywords in English
Anguish
Clinical Psychology
Death
Despair
Suffering
Abstract in English
We investigated the human suffering and its vicissitudes at the psychological clinic in Kierkegaards thought, specifically on the concept of despair. The goal is to analyze the paths that the psychologist possess to understand the mental phenomena and to relate them with the kierkegaardian philosophy, based on a qualitative research methodology. Since human suffering is a subjective phenomenon it acquires different semantics for each individual. Kierkegaard explores the suffering from the universality of the phenomenon of despair. In the book The sickness unto death, the author performs an structural analysis about the diversity of despair demonstrations that can be perceived in different persons in accordance with levels of consciousness that each possesses. Therefore, this research aims to articulate these knowledges to psychological clinic regarding what is revealed in the suffering. To this end, we note that the therapist needs to be based on an epistemology that embrace the mystery and unnameable of human condition as has been examined on Kierkegaards thought. This author has analyzed the despair in a philosophical and theological horizon. From the clinical perspective, we observe that the despair is found on a horizon of understanding established between patient and therapist during the psychological session
 
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