Taipale Joona, Yliopistonlehtori/Senior Lecturer

Taipale Joona, Yliopistonlehtori/Senior Lecturer
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Education: Ph. D., Docent in philosophy, Experienced Researcher (Kone Foundation)

Research interests: Phenomenology, psychology, psychoanalysis, psychopathology, social ontology, theory of recognition, normality, selfhood, empathy, intersubjectivity, philosophy of emotions

Publications: More than 70 academic publications (including 5 books and edited volumes and 46 articles). My most recent international publications include:

*Phenomenology and Embodiment (Northwestern University Press 2014)

*“The anachronous other: Empathy and transference in early phenomenology and psychoanalysis” (Studia Phenomenological, 2015)

*“Empathy and the Melodic Unity of the Other” (Human Studies 2015)

*“Beyond Cartesianism. Body-perception and the immediacy of empathy” (Continental Philosophy Review 2015)

*“From types to tokens: Empathy and typification” (in Phenomenology of Sociality. Discovering the ‘We’, Rutledge 2016)

*“Self-regulation and beyond. Affect regulation and the infant-caregiver dyad” (Frontiers in Psychology 2016)

*“Social mirrors. Tove Jansson’s Invisible Child and the importance of being seen” (Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review 2016).

*“Controlling the uncontrollable. Self-regulation and the dynamics of addiction” (Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 2017).

*“The pain of granting otherness. Interoception and the differentiation of the object” (Gestalt Theory. An International Multidisciplinary Journal, 2017).

Link to Academia page https://jyu.academia.edu/JoonaTaipale

Current research:

I am the leader of a multidisciplinary research group (Vuorovaikutus ja rajankäynti: Minän ja toisen kokemuksellinen rajautuminen, University of Jyväskylä). The project focuses on the phenomena of experiential demarcation, and it is funded by the Kone Foundation for 2018-2021. My current research focuses on self/other differentiation from the point of view of philosophy, psychodynamic psychology, social ontology, and psychopathology.