Cole, J., 2004. From the 'Outside In'. On the need for shared perspectives; a neurological view. Studies in Communication Sciences, 4 (2), pp. 155-172.
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The experience of people with neurological impairments, either of facial visible difference or of spinal cord injury, are given in narrative ‘neurophenomenological’ form. These show how these conditions can alter peoples whole perception of their selfhood and their social interaction. It is suggested that in order to understand these experiences a heightened and deepened form of empathy is required which can also, by extension, be of use in other exchanges and dialogues.
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