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Letters to the Editor

Misuse of the Term Phenomenology

Michael Alan Schwartz

Published: September 30, 2000

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: The recent supplement to the Journal, "Phenomenology
and Treatment of Aggression Across Psychiatric Illnesses,"
is marred by a misuse of the term phenomenology. This problem
is common in your journal, and I am writing to bring it to your
attention.

Phenomenology is a very broad term that refers to all experience,
normal and abnormal.


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