"...my recent article on how to study brain processes using literature (Franz Kafka's writings) and phenomenology (Husserl, Heidegger, Gadamer, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, Binswanger, philosophic anthropologists such as Plessner, and others) in an interdisciplinary effort I call “literary neuroscience." It refers to the recent debate concerning the methodologic inaccessibility of putative pre-reflective self-awareness as self-affection.
In addition, I would be very grateful if you referred the paper below to friends, colleagues, list serves or suggest to me any listserves (philosophic, neuroscience, psychological, etc.), including Seminar on Seminario de Fenomenología y Filosofía Primera:
The article may be donwloaded without subscription from the open access pub med journal, Philosophy, Ethics, Humanties Medicine at the following web address. Please download the provisional pdf (the final one follows soon):
Title of paper: Kafka, paranoic doubles and the brain: hypnagogic vs. hyper-reflexive models of disrupted self in neuropsychiatric disorders and anomalous conscious states. Aaron L. Mishara Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 2010, 5:13 (20 August 2010).
I would also like to refer you to our Mishara, A.L., Schwartz, M. (2010) series 3 commentaries and responses to Allen Frances, Chair of the DSM-IV Task Force, regarding the role of phenomenology in diagnostic classification
Note that there are two parts with many, many contributors:
Part I: Volume 17 Number 1 (2010)
Aquí tenéis entonces el acceso directo al pdf del artículo ya reseñado :
Part II: Volume 17 Number 2 (2010) should be up on the web in a couple of days."
También os mencionamos algún artículo anterior del profesor Mishara: Husserl and Freud Time Memory and the Unconscious, en http://www.scribd.com/doc/19005187/Aaron-L-Mishara-Husserl-and-Freud-Time-Memory-and-the-Unconscious