Magali Ollagnier-Beldame, Laboratoire ICAR UMR CNRS 5191, France
Christophe Coupe, Laboratoire DDL UMR CNRS 5596, France
Anne Cazemajou, Laboratoire ICAR UMR CNRS 5191, France
Magali Ollagnier-Beldame : email@example.com
LabEx Aslan, Université de Lyon
Fonds Recherche de l’ENS de Lyon
Ongoing (since 2014)
The Thésée project aims at understanding how people who come into contact for the first time experience this moment. It aims at describing the sensory, emotional, bodily and cognitive components of the experience that accompanies the encounter (Vermersch, 1994/2004, Petitmengin, 2006). To do this, we rely on an epistemology in the first person (study of subjectivity) and on a second-person methodology (guided retrospective introspections) using the micro-phenomenological interview. Our working material consists of recorded and transcribed interviews, which we analyze in the light of different problems, such as those of the constitution of intersubjectivity, or the porosity of the boundaries between oneself and others.
We study two types of encounters: (i) "experimental" (induced) encounters between two people and (ii) "ecological" encounters that subjects have had in the past. For this second type, we study in particular the first meetings between care-givers and patients.
Ollagnier-Beldame, M. Coupé, C. (forthcoming). Meeting you for the first time: descriptive categories of an intersubjective experience. Constructivist Foundations – AHCI.
Ollagnier-Beldame, M. Cazemajou, A. (forthcoming). Intersubjectivity in First Encounters: Micro-phenomenology as a Way to Reach Lived Experience. The Humanistic Psychologist - Taylor & Francis.
Updated on 8/11/2018