The concept of alterity is fundamental to all psychological theories. Most of these theories operate as if this concept is well understood and quite stable. This book challenges that notion by examining ideas about alterity in several different fields. It also offers an organizing template for the concept utilizing ideas from Lacan, Levinas and Dabrowski.
About the Author
Clive Hazell teaches at DeVry University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The Illinois School of Professional Psychology. He has a private practice counselling individuals, couples and families in Chicago.