Marcin Moskalewicz

Marcin Moskalewicz
Poznan University of Medical Sciences · Department of Social Sciences

PhD; DSc (Habilitation)

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September 2016 - April 2017
University of Oxford
Position
  • Fellow
January 2016 - present
Texas A&M University System Health Science Center
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  • Fulbright Scholar
October 2009 - present
Poznan University of Medical Sciences
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Introduction: We propose a re-examination of the classical notion of the Praecox Feeling (PF), coined by H.C. Rümke in 1941. PF denotes a specific unease arising in the encounter with a person with schizophrenia and, in Rümke’s and others’ account, enables a skilled clinician to diagnose schizophrenia in the first minute of an interview. The notion...
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The paper examines both the phenomenology of the manic self as well as critical aspects of manic neurobiology, focusing, with respect to both domains, on manic temporality. We argue that the distortions of lived time in mania exceed mere acceleration and are fundamental for manic affectivity. Mania involves radical acceleration and radical asynchro...
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Background: The psychopathological notion of the Praecox Feeling refers to an experience of strangeness and bizarreness that arises in a clinician during contact with a patient with schizophrenia. There is evidence that psychiatrists take advantage of this feeling in their diagnostic decisions despite the domination of an operationalized diagnostic...
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Purpose . To explore lived time of women with ovarian cancer during chemotherapy. Methods . Consensual qualitative research combined with descriptive phenomenology on a purposive sample of 9 middle-aged women (aged between 33 and 52 years, mean age 41.7) with ovarian cancer undergoing chemotherapy in an outpatient chemo center in a clinical hospit...
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This paper argues that duality accounts of time, as exemplified by Henri Bergson's, Edmund Husserl's and John McTaggart's ideas, parallel the decomposition of temporal experience in depressive psychosis into objective and subjective dimensions of time. The paper also proposes to comprehend the full-fledged depressive temporal delusion, in which the...
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Aim: The article presents the basic tenants of dialectical phenomenological psychopathology (DPP) of temporal experience in substance-related disorders. Results: DPP examines the conditions of possibility of lived experiences. It goes beyond mere qualitative descriptions of subjective psychological states to identify their pre-reflective structures...
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Currently, anomalous lived temporality is not included in the main diagnostic criteria or standard symptom checklists. In this article, we present the Transdiagnostic Assessment of Temporal Experience (TATE), a structured interview that can be used by researchers and clinicians without a comprehensive phenomenological background to explore abnormal...
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Purpose To uncover the experience of time in women undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer. Methods A combination of consensual qualitative research and Giorgi’s descriptive phenomenology. Results The key phenomenon found and pre-reflectively organizing the patients’ experience was the temporal paradox of chemotherapy—a sense of both accelerat...
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The goal of this paper is to introduce Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences’ thematic issue on disordered temporalities. The authors begin by discussing the main reason for the neglect of temporal experience in present-day psychiatric nosologies, mainly, its reduction to clock time. Methodological challenges facing research on temporal experien...
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Kazimierz Filip Wize (1873–1953) was a Polish multidisciplinary scholar, a microbiolo-gist, a lepidopterologist, a psychiatrist, and a philosopher. He was an avid promoter of care of the mentally ill. After defending a Ph.D. in medicine in Munich (Germany) in 1899, Wize specialized in bacteriology at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. In 1907 he defen...
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The "Praecox Feeling" (PF) is a classical concept referring to a characteristic feeling of bizarreness experienced by a psychiatrist while encountering a person with schizophrenia. Although the PF used to be considered a core symptom of the schizophrenia spectrum, it fell into disuse since the spread of operationalized diagnostic methods (Diagnosti...
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This chapter introduces the content and the methodological premises of the book Jewish Medicine and Healthcare in Central Eastern Europe. Integrating academic disciplines from medical history to philology and Jewish studies, the book geographically concentrates on what is today Poland and Germany (and the former Russian, Prussian and Austro-Hungari...
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Is ‘Jewish medicine’ a valid historical category? Does it represent a collective constituted by the interplay of medical, ethnic and religious cultures? Integrating academic disciplines from medical history to philology and Jewish studies, this book aims at answering this question historically by presenting comprehensive coverage of Jewish medical...
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This paper gives an overview of three discourses of time in philosophy ofmedicine distinguished by the authors: the discourse of immortality (aiming at an objectiveprolongation of life), the discourse of the present (aiming at the quality of subjectivetemporal experience) and the discourse of eternity (aiming at transgressing the limits oftemporali...
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This paper argues that intuition plays a role in the diagnosis of schizophrenia and presents its phenomenological rationale. A discussion of self-assessment questionnaires and empirical studies in the clinical setting provides evidence that despite the prevalence of operational diagnosis, the intuitive judgment of schizophrenia continues to take pl...
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This paper argues in favor of two related theses. First, due to a fundamental, biologically grounded world-openness, human culture is a biological imperative. As both biology and culture evolve historically, cultures rise and fall and the diversity of the human species develops. Second, in this historical process of rise and fall, abnormality plays...
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The “criteriological revolution” has profoundly modified the practice and teaching of psychiatric nosology. DSM-III was based upon third-person data which aimed to be context- and observer-independent. The origin of this epistemological shift lie in the late 1970's reliability concerns about diagnosis in disorders such as schizophrenia (Aboraya, 20...
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The article covers Erwin W. Straus’ (1891–1975) views on the problem of time and temporal experience in the context of psychopathology. Beside Straus’ published scholarship, including his papers dealing exclusively with the subject of time, the sources utilized in this essay comprise several of Straus’ unpublished manuscripts on temporality (all fr...
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The article presents Erwin W. Straus’ unpublished manuscript “Temporal Horizons” from 1952. In the paper, in addition to an extensive philosophical discussion with St. Augustine, Henri Bergson and Sigmund Freud, Straus elaborates on his idea of a unified view of temporal experience, comprising both the personal and the impersonal dimensions of time...
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Agradecemos a los autores, Michael A. Schwartz, Marcin Moskalewicz y Osborne P. Wiggins, su aceptación para que se publique en este blog la presente versión en español del original en inglés, realizada por Gladys L. Portuondo, según: Resumen: Los temas de la Revista Americana de Psiquiatría (American Journal of Psychiatry, nota de la traductora) de...
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December 2015 and March 2016 issues of the American Journal of Psychiatry contain a debate focusing on the legacy of Emil Kraepelin, widely considered one of the founders if not the iconic founder of modern scientific psychiatry. The authors, Eric J. Engstrom and Kenneth S. Kendler, challenge the so-called neo-Kraepelinian view of Kraepelin and arg...
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Nowadays, cosmopolitan populations increasingly applaud the broad physical, ethnic, racial, and cultural diversity of human beings. So long as we behave within sanctioned norms. This presentation will focus upon the above paradox: In contrast to delighting in physical, ethnic and cultural expressions of human diversity, present-day cosmopolitan soc...
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Manic disturbances of temporality are underemphasized in present-day accounts. For example, they are not included among criteria for manic episodes in DSM or ICD. Nonetheless, as already claimed by Binswanger (1964), aberrant temporality is core to the disorder. Persons with mania live almost exclusively in the present and hardly into the future. E...
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Nowadays, we increasing value the broad physical, ethnic, racial, and cultural diversity of human beings. “How wonderful that humans come in all sorts of sizes, shapes, colors, ethnic groups and cultures.” So long as we conduct our behaviour within sanctioned norms. This presentation will focus upon the above paradox: In stark contrast to our delig...
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Disturbances of temporality in mania, underemphasized in present-day accounts, are nonetheless core to understanding both the phenomenology and the neurobiology of the disorder: – phenomenology: already in 1954, Binswanger had articulated that persons with mania live almost exclusively in the present and hardly at all into the future. Especially in...
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Conference on Sleep, Consciousness and Lucid Dreaming featuring Wallace Mendelson, M.D., David Presti, Ph. D., and Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D.
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The article addresses several difficulties associated with applying the concept of lived time in the phenomenological psychopathology. The author distinguishes lived time from clock time and argues that a translation of natural-scientific findings on clock time perception into categories of lived experience and vice versa is problematic. Simultaneo...
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The aim of this study was to qualitatively assess the disturbances of lived time in individuals with multiple drug dependencies. The research was conducted at Monar-Markot Center for Humanitarian Aid in Roznowice (Poland) in 2014 through direct, non-disguised observational study in a therapeutic community setting. Overall, 10 clients with multiple...
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The article gives an account of various disturbed experiences of time from a phenomenological perspective. The author distinguishes three levels for addressing variations of temporal experience—the temporal structure of consciousness itself, the actual experience of time, and the sociopolitical temporality. He excludes the psychological type of arg...
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The article examines distortions of lived time in addiction from a phenomenological perspective and presents their three ideal-typical qualities concerning: (1) daily life, (2) drug ecstasy, and (3) recovery. Regarding the first dimension, the following experiences are being discussed: the highly constricted present, lack of relationship with the f...
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What is pathological regarding time experience and, more specifically, regarding human experience of the future – by all means the most important dimension of time? Is there a standard, neutral notion of the future, against which particular abnormal experiences could be assessed as such? Alternatively, is there, among the many context-dependent and...
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What is pathological regarding time experience and, more specifically, regarding human experience of the future – by all means the most important dimension of time? Is there a standard, neutral notion of the future, against which particular abnormal experiences could be assessed as such? Alternatively, is there, among the many context-dependent and...
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The article discusses the problem of whether being enclosed in one’s private, non-sharable world of experience can be called genuine madness, and whether sharing ones fixed beliefs precludes delusional disorder. Popular examples to illustrate the thesis that neither is the case come from the movies: Der Untergang by Oliver Hirschbiegel and Blue Jas...
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The question of how much past do we need for having a healthy life has been most famously asked by Friedrich Nietzsche in his On the Use and Abuse of History for Life, written in 1873 and published next year. Here it is re-asked, 140 years later, to five respondents of respected reputation in the field of philosophy of history, namely Frank Ankersm...
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The key to understanding the fragmentary thought of Hannah Arendt is the philosophy of history, both in its speculative and critical dimension. Arendt's response to totalitarianism - to the triumph of physiology over politics - is both calculated and radical. Totalitarianism is not only a system of governance, but also an extreme form of storytelli...
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The interview concerns, first, Frank Ankersmit's last book on Sublime Historical Experience and, second, his ideas on political philosophy and his opinions on the current political situation of the European Union. In the first part Ankersmit clarifies several ambiguities concerning his notion of historical experience. How does it relate to the tran...

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This project consists in the re-examination of the classical notion of Praecox Feeling coined by H.C. Rumke in 1941. We will examine this phenomenon with a composite multidisciplinary methodology on its both psychopathological, épistémological and phenomenological dimensions.
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To analyze temporal disturbances in illness from an applied phenomenological perspective.