Gendlin Templeton Lecture
Psychology of Trust and Feeling Conference
Stony Brook University, November 17-18, 2006
We invite you to listen to the LIVE Audio recording of Gendlin’s recent keynote talk: "In Having More Than One Shape, the Truth is More, But It Isn't a Shape." You can also read the transcript (Word document 215KB) (PDF 412KB).
Psychology of Trust and Feeling Conference at Stony Brook Manhattan,
November 17-18 2006. Keynote speaker Eugene Gendlin's talk is
entitled: "In Having More Than One Shape, the Truth is More, But It Isn't a
Shape." Eugene T. Gendlin, the founder of Focusing and Experiential
Psychotherapy, is one of the most influential American philosophers and
psychologists. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of
Chicago and taught there from 1963 to 1995. His philosophical work is
concerned especially with the relationship between logic and experiential
explication. His books include "Experiencing
and the Creation of Meaning" (1997), "Language
Beyond Post-Modernism: Saying and Thinking in Gendlin's Philosophy"
(1997, edited by David Michael Levin), and "A
Process Model" (1997).
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