This chapter discusses the archetypal stranger, which also emerges as an archetypal product of the psyche and as a linguistic phenomenon that involves archetypal metaphors. It discusses the two themes that highlight specific tensions: non-recognition of one's own self and non-recognition of oneself by others. It also looks at metaphors of estrangement, which are powerful mediators of patient experience.
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