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The Phenomenology of Intersubjective Relationships in the Person’s Life-World 671
Fedoseeva A.M., member of council at Russian Association for Co-experiencing Psychotherapy, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Anthropology, Moscow State Pedagogical University
Pirlik G.P., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Anthropology, Moscow State Pedagogical University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Current article presents results of a qualitative research dedicated to the phenomenology of intersubjective relationships in person’s infantile, realistic, value life-worlds. The characteristics of the anthropological image of the Other as well as the basic attitudes that define relationship between the subjects life-world and the Other are described.
Keywords: life-world, intersubjective relationships, anthropological image of the Other, chronotope
Column: Myself and other
The research has been supported by a grant from the Russian Foundation for Humanities (grant № 15-06-10889 “Synergic-Phenomenological Approach in the Consulting Psychology”).