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Madness as “hyperreflexivity”

Sass suggests that the phenomenology of madness should take its bearings from the concept of “hyperreflexivity”: the madman layers and categorizes his experiences in self-reflection so delicate and dense that it obscures the ordinary course of life. This is an … Continue reading

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