New Preprint on depression and schizophrenia

Temporality and affectivity in depression and schizophrenia: Commentary on Lenzo and Gallagher

Tom Froese

Temporality is a foundational topic in phenomenological psychopathology, and it plays an especially important role in its analysis of depression and melancholia (e.g., Fuchs, 2001; Fuchs, 2013; Gallagher, 2012; Ratcliffe, 2015). An intuitive strategy is to explain abnormal experiences of time by appealing to a fundamental disruption of the temporal structure of consciousness, yet Lenzo and Gallagher (this volume) highlight that this strategy is problematic.

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