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"This ebook fills not just a niche yet a large cavern....I cannot examine a greater approach for neophyte nurses to have interaction the human reports and views in their sufferers, nor am i able to contemplate a extra suitable and finished clarification of the philosophy and techniques of existential phenomenology for pro researchers, scientists, and theoreticians."--Jacquelyn H. Flaskerud, PhD, RN, FAAN, UCLA university of Nursing whereas addressing a large readership, this publication focuses fairly at the nurse clinician and pupil, demonstrating how a humanistic philosophy and examine method has the capability to light up the deeper meanings of well-being crises and common human studies like ache and non secular misery.
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Neither the vase nor the faces can be seen without one another: Remove one, the other disappears. Although they may depend upon one another, only one figure is experienced at one time. Extending such considerations to the case of more general human experience, the ideas expressed by Heidegger in his analysis of both Dasein and Existenz lead to the same conclusion: All being can only be experienced as a being-in-the-world in which my "being" is figure and "in-the-worid" is ground. There are no figures by themselves, and human experience is a patterned event constituted both by its central and contextual aspects.
The interpretive group functions something like a jury in a legal case, although juries probably do not have as much enjoyment in their deliberations as we do! Around the table at a typical Tuesday afternoon meeting of our group are 15 to 20 researchers from a variety of human science disciplines, gathered to collaboratively thematize an interview transcript. The diverse perspectives that members bring from their disciplinary training, gender role socialization, and cultural heritage are valued.
When we see the vase, the white area is experienced as standing out, nearer, having a definite pattern, and easier to name and describe than when we see the two faces. When we see the faces, the white area is experienced as further away, somewhat indefinite, and relatively more difficult to describe except perhaps as "behind the two faces"—in short, as ground. The perceived 18 Phenomenology and Nursing "thing," according to Merleau-Ponty, is always perceived as having a certain figure or form against a background (Moran, 2000), Although this demonstration has been discussed in many different ways (see our earlier discussion of the relationship between behavior and experience as a reversible figure/ground pattern), the most important one for our present purpose is that figure and ground co-create each other in human experience.