Some Philosophical Concepts - Part 1
(6 minute excerpt)

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Philosopher and psychologist Eugene Gendlin expounds on his Philosophy of the Implicit in front of an audience in New York City in March 2008. The first part of the documentary has Gene explaining in simple terms the power of using language to get beyond language, and of the implying occuring into that which not yet formed.

Focusing in Focus Productions: Videography by Nada Lou www.nadalou.com, music by Goran Petrovic goranpetrovic@videotron.ca

Online clips technical support and collaboration from Simon d’Orsogna www.screencast.com.au.

This documentary was shot in 2008 in New York City.

The video is a 6 minute excerpt from a 150 minute DVD, "Some Philosophical Concepts: Philosophy - Practice," available in the TFI store.  The full length DVD is also available from Nada Lou's Focusing Video Productions

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