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César Ojeda

César Ojeda is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist and coursed studies of philosophy at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He has published numerous books of psychiatry, psychopathology and literature, as author and co-author, as well as a large number of articles of phenomenology, epistemology, philosophy and clinic. His sole-authorship books include: The Classical Schizophrenia, editions of the Catholic University (1981). Second Edition C&C editions (2006); Delirium, Reality and Imagination, Ed. Universitaria (1987); The Presence of the Absent: Essay on Desire, Ed. Cuatro Vientos (1998); The Third Stage: Critical Essays on Contemporary Psychiatry, Ed. Cuatro Vientos, Santiago (2003). Martin Heidegger and the Path to Silence, C&C editions (2006); Thought and Life: Short Essays, C&C editions (2006); Karukina: The Life of the Onas in Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, anthropological novel, C&C editions (2006); The Tall Woman, novel, C&C editions (2012);The Things of Time, novel, C&C editions (2013); In Search of the Hidden Reason, essay, Sodepsi editions (2012); and Shaina, novel, C&C editions (2016). All these books were written in Spanish. In English: The Access to Subjectivity: Phenomenology, Buddhism and Psychotherapy, Routledge, London (2018).

César Ojeda
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