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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 17.06.2013
- ISBN-13: 9789400766891
- Artikelnr.: 43798260
The Psychosomatic View; Giovannni Fava.- Part II. Health and Well-Being in Indian Traditions.- Chapter 3. The Perspectives on Reality in Indian Traditions and their Implications for Health and Well-Being; Kiran Kumar K. Salagame.- Chapter 4. Concepts of Health and the Paradigm of Ayurveda; P. Ram Manohar.- Chapter 5. The Determinants of Health and Well-Being; A.N. Narayanan Nambi.- Chapter 6. The Role of Social Rituals in Well-Being; P.R. Krishnakumar.- Chapter 7. Health and Well-Being in Indian Local Health Traditions; Unnikrishnan Payyapallimana.- Part III. Bridging the Worlds.- Chapter 8. Quantum Logic in Ayurveda; Rama Jayasundar.- Chapter 9. The Psychological Roots of Health Promotion; Antonella Delle Fave.- Chapter 10. The Emergence of Health in Complex Adaptive Systems: A Common Ground for Ayurveda and Western Science; Antonio Morandi and Antonella Delle Fave.- Conclusions; joining Knowledge Traditions: Towards an Integrated Approach to Health and Well-Being; Antonio Morandi, A.N. Narayanan Nambi, and Antonella Delle Fave.- Notes.- Index.
"The volume takes an analytic approach to the issue of the differences between Indian and Western knowledge. ... An Integrated View of Health and Well-Being is written for an audience that includes social scientists and health practitioners. These writings will interest and likely educate those who are skeptical about the state of the art of medicine today, and who start with a constructionist framework and appreciate that concepts of health and illness are socioculturally determined." (Sunita Mahtani Stewart, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 59 (13), March, 2014)