Enge Ingrid

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In my dissertation I use philosophical and phenomenological approaches to investigate to what extent the medical concept of dementia can be extended or supplemented by other descriptions. The suffering of a human being as his subjective experience depends not only on an objective finding, but also on his subjective mood. My working hypothesis is that the dementia changes cannot be explained exclusively by the physio-logical changes, but that the human being as an individual is affected in his access to himself and the world, i.e. in his existence. I try to contribute to an understanding of life with dementia through such a description of dementia. 

Keywords: Phenomenology, Vulnerability, Living with Dementia

Curriculum Vitae

1972 - 2005 Steiermärkische Sparkasse in Graz

1978 - 1992 Works council and trade union activities, lay judge at the regional court of Graz, examiner in the Steiermärkische and in the Sparkassengroup

1985 - 2005 Voluntary participation in the board of the association "Frauenhäuser Steiermark" (from 1997 to 2005 function of the chairwoman)

1992 - 2005 Personnel development with focus on "Education at work" and participation in educational projects of the Sparkassenakademie with the focus on "Lifelong Learning"

2005 - 2013 Studies of Philosophy at KFU Graz with emphasis on phenomenology

2008 - 2015 Implementation and execution of workshops "Transition to Retirement" in the Steiermärkische Sparkasse

2014 - 2017 Project collaboration in the interdisciplinary project "Importance of Non-Knowledge of Older People in the Knowledge Society" 

2011 - 2019 Accompaniment of the mother living with dementia, lectures on "Living with Dementia"

2013 - present Beginning of the doctoral studies and dealing with topics of aging and dementia as part of the dissertation at the Institute of Philosophy with Univ.-Prof.Mag. Dr.phil. Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl

 

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Mag. phil.

Ingrid Enge


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