Article ID: CBB889205044

Danilo Cargnello and his contribution to the development of phenomenological thought: an overview (2023)


Filippo Besana (Author)

History of Psychiatry
Volume: 34
Issue: 4
Pages: 470-475
Publication date: 2023
Language: English

Danilo Cargnello was one of the greatest authors of Italian phenomenological psychopathology. He wrote the first articles on the subject in 1947–8, a period in which phenomenological ideas began to spread in Italy. His main contribution was to introduce and disseminate Binswanger’s ideas in Italy and to emphasise the anthropological character of Daseinsanalyse. His book analysing results of experimental psychosis constitutes one of the most important and meticulous psychopathological reports of substance-induced psychosis. It is essential to keep alive the knowledge of phenomenological authors such as Cargnello, who are of great clinical and psychopathological relevance, and also to integrate the teachings they have left us into professional training.

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Authors & Contributors
Berrios, German E.
Burston, Daniel
Charland, Louis C.
Cimino, Guido
Edwards, Ian C
Foschi, Renato
Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia
History of Psychiatry
Medicina Historica
Australian Journal of Politics and History
Physis: Rivista Internazionale di Storia della Scienza
Duquesne University Press
Duquesne University
Artemia Nova Editrice
Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers
Cierre edizioni
Clinical psychology
Psychiatric hospitals
Mental disorders and diseases
Medicine and society
Dilthey, Wilhelm
Gemelli, Agostino
Howe, Eric Graham
Husserl, Edmund
Jaspers, Karl
Lacan, Jacques
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
21st century
18th century
20th century, early
Great Britain
Venice (Italy)

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