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INTERSUBJECTIVITY
INTERSUBJECTIVITY- in philosophy,
psychology, sociology and anthropology, is the
psychological relationship between people. It is
usually used in contrast to solipsistic individual
experience, emphasizing, our inherently social being.
Intersubjectivity- is a term coined by social scientist as
a short hand discription for a variety of human
interaction.
 It is important to recognized that “intersubjectivity”
has no inherent exsistence.
 Intersubjectivity has been used in social science to
refers agreement.
There is “intersubjectivity” between people if
they agree on a given set a meaning or a
definition of the situation to. Thus
intersubjectivity in this sence is simply an
academician`s words for agreement. Similarity
Thomas Scheff defines intersubjectivity as the
sharing of subjective states by two or more
individuals.
 It also has been used to refer to the common-sence,
shared meanings contructed by people in their
interactions with each other and used as an everyday
resource to interpret the meaning of elements of
social and cultural life’.
 If people share common-sence, then they share a
definition of the situation.
 The term has also been used to refer to share(or
partially shared) divergences of meaning. Self
presentation, lying practical jokes, and social
emotions.
 Someone who is telling a lie is engaged in an
intersubjectivity act because they are working
with two different definition of the situation.
 Lying is thus genuinely intersubjectivity (in the
sense of operating between two subject
definition of reality.
Among the early authors who explored this conception
in psychoanalysis, in an explisit/inplisit way were.
 Heinz Kuhot
 Robert Stolorow
 George E. Atwood
 Jesica Benjamin (in the united states)
 Silvia Montefoshci (in Italy )
Psychoanalyst Jessica Benjamin, in the bonds of
love, writes, the concept of intersubjectivity has
its origins in the social theory Jurgen
Habermas(1970)who used the expression the
intersubjectivity of mutual understanding to
designate an individual capacity and a social
domain.
Those the psychological of one subject comes to bear
on the minds of other defending on how they react to it
,thereby creating an intersubjectivity experience that
without multiple consciousnesess interacting with each
other, would be othertwice strictly solitary. Love is a
prime of intersubjectivity that implies a shared feelings
of caring and affection among others.
Critique of Intersubjectivity
Absract
The article investigates the philosophical/ psychological
notion of intersubjetivity and argues that our subjective
involvement each other, especially the psychoanalytic
relation between analyst and analysand to be regard as
an involvement on the unconscious level.
Pre-Reflective
Communication
If we communicate certain things unconsciously
like this, rather than going via ego
consciousness and verbalization, then we
circumvent that notorious `synthetic function of
the ego. The ego regards it as part of itself.
Sometimes the content really belongs to the
intersubjectivity unconscious.
False Intersubjectivity
Such things happened now and then ,and
maybe of good too. However, viewing self-
disclosure of the analyst as an ideal would be to
give preference to the analyst ego. So, in my
view, this is the false form of intersujectivity
proposed by the merger theories.
Unconscious
Togetherness
An unconscious otherness mustn`t be viewed as
an “alternative ego”. It is something qualitatively
different than ego consciousness. By referring to
the unconscious as other . I try to highlight its
relative autonomy that it can , by itself , change
over time .
1.A term coined by social
scientist as a short hand
description for a variety of
human interaction?
2-6. Who are the authors who
explored this concept in
psychoanalysis in a explisit /
inplisit?
7. Who is the bonds of love
and writes?
8. Who used the expression
the intersubjectivity of mutual
understanding to designate an
individual capacity?
9. The article investigates the
philosophical/psychological
notion of intersubjectivity and
argues that our subject
involvement each other?
10. If we communicate certain
things unconsciously likes this
rather than going via ego
unconsciously and
verbalization,then we circumvent
that notorious synthetic function
of the ego?
11. Such thing happened how
and then, and maybe of good to
however,viewing self disclousure
of the analyst as an ideal whould
be to give preference to the
analyst ego?
12. It is something qualitatively
different than ego
consciousness?
1. Intersubjectivity
2. Heinz Kuhot
3. Robert Stolorow
4. George E. Atwood
5. Jessica Benjamin
6. Silivia Montefoschi
7. Jessica Benjamin
8.Jurgen Habermas
9. Abstract
10. pre-reflective communication
11. False Intersubjectivity
12.Unconscious togetherness

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philosopy power point.pptx

  • 2. INTERSUBJECTIVITY- in philosophy, psychology, sociology and anthropology, is the psychological relationship between people. It is usually used in contrast to solipsistic individual experience, emphasizing, our inherently social being.
  • 3. Intersubjectivity- is a term coined by social scientist as a short hand discription for a variety of human interaction.  It is important to recognized that “intersubjectivity” has no inherent exsistence.  Intersubjectivity has been used in social science to refers agreement.
  • 4. There is “intersubjectivity” between people if they agree on a given set a meaning or a definition of the situation to. Thus intersubjectivity in this sence is simply an academician`s words for agreement. Similarity Thomas Scheff defines intersubjectivity as the sharing of subjective states by two or more individuals.
  • 5.  It also has been used to refer to the common-sence, shared meanings contructed by people in their interactions with each other and used as an everyday resource to interpret the meaning of elements of social and cultural life’.  If people share common-sence, then they share a definition of the situation.  The term has also been used to refer to share(or partially shared) divergences of meaning. Self presentation, lying practical jokes, and social emotions.
  • 6.  Someone who is telling a lie is engaged in an intersubjectivity act because they are working with two different definition of the situation.  Lying is thus genuinely intersubjectivity (in the sense of operating between two subject definition of reality.
  • 7. Among the early authors who explored this conception in psychoanalysis, in an explisit/inplisit way were.  Heinz Kuhot  Robert Stolorow  George E. Atwood  Jesica Benjamin (in the united states)  Silvia Montefoshci (in Italy )
  • 8. Psychoanalyst Jessica Benjamin, in the bonds of love, writes, the concept of intersubjectivity has its origins in the social theory Jurgen Habermas(1970)who used the expression the intersubjectivity of mutual understanding to designate an individual capacity and a social domain.
  • 9. Those the psychological of one subject comes to bear on the minds of other defending on how they react to it ,thereby creating an intersubjectivity experience that without multiple consciousnesess interacting with each other, would be othertwice strictly solitary. Love is a prime of intersubjectivity that implies a shared feelings of caring and affection among others.
  • 10. Critique of Intersubjectivity Absract The article investigates the philosophical/ psychological notion of intersubjetivity and argues that our subjective involvement each other, especially the psychoanalytic relation between analyst and analysand to be regard as an involvement on the unconscious level.
  • 12. If we communicate certain things unconsciously like this, rather than going via ego consciousness and verbalization, then we circumvent that notorious `synthetic function of the ego. The ego regards it as part of itself. Sometimes the content really belongs to the intersubjectivity unconscious.
  • 14. Such things happened now and then ,and maybe of good too. However, viewing self- disclosure of the analyst as an ideal would be to give preference to the analyst ego. So, in my view, this is the false form of intersujectivity proposed by the merger theories.
  • 16. An unconscious otherness mustn`t be viewed as an “alternative ego”. It is something qualitatively different than ego consciousness. By referring to the unconscious as other . I try to highlight its relative autonomy that it can , by itself , change over time .
  • 17. 1.A term coined by social scientist as a short hand description for a variety of human interaction?
  • 18. 2-6. Who are the authors who explored this concept in psychoanalysis in a explisit / inplisit?
  • 19. 7. Who is the bonds of love and writes?
  • 20. 8. Who used the expression the intersubjectivity of mutual understanding to designate an individual capacity?
  • 21. 9. The article investigates the philosophical/psychological notion of intersubjectivity and argues that our subject involvement each other?
  • 22. 10. If we communicate certain things unconsciously likes this rather than going via ego unconsciously and verbalization,then we circumvent that notorious synthetic function of the ego?
  • 23. 11. Such thing happened how and then, and maybe of good to however,viewing self disclousure of the analyst as an ideal whould be to give preference to the analyst ego?
  • 24. 12. It is something qualitatively different than ego consciousness?
  • 25. 1. Intersubjectivity 2. Heinz Kuhot 3. Robert Stolorow 4. George E. Atwood 5. Jessica Benjamin 6. Silivia Montefoschi 7. Jessica Benjamin 8.Jurgen Habermas 9. Abstract 10. pre-reflective communication 11. False Intersubjectivity 12.Unconscious togetherness