Below are several ways to approach the philosophy articles:
Core Group Gendlin has selected four articles plus the preface to Experiencing and the Creation of Meaning as a core group. Together with A Process Model these will give the reader a good introduction to the Philosophy of the Implicit.
The reader can click on any of the following topics to get a group of articles that focally deal with the topic.
|On:||A mode of language that enables philosophy to enter into experiencing (or context, situation, child birth, bodily knowing, practice .....)|
|On:||Concepts that tell how they are themselves exceeded: "carrying forward," "implying," "crossing," "implicit governing," "unseparated multiplicity"|
|On:||A "logic" of how concepts relate to experiencing|
|On:||All word use is metaphor: a theory of metaphor|
|On:||A new empiricism that is not na´ve|
|On:||An alternative model for science that starts with self-organizing life-processes. New concepts of time, space, and particles (reducible to the usual model if need be)|
|On:||How the body knows the situation and knows philosophy|
|On:||An alternative model for science applied to how bodies can "know"|
|On:||Derivation of language from self-organizing life processes|
|On:||Thinking with crossing|
|On:||New ways to read Plato, Merleau-Ponty, Wittgenstein, Commentary on Aristotle's De Anima, Kant, Dilthey, Heidegger, Sartre, Husserl|
|On:||Applications of the philosophy|