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Volume 19, Number 1, 2000-2004
THINKING AT THE EDGE: A New Philosophical Practice

TABLE OF CONTENTS

iii From the Editor
WHAT IS TAE?
1 INTRODUCTION TO “THINKING AT THE EDGE”
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.
TAE STEPS
11 TAE IS ONLY POSSIBLE WITH FOCUSING
12 THINKING AT THE EDGE (TAE) STEPS
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D. and Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.
25 A FRAME FOR THE TAE STEPS
Frans Depestele, M.D. , M.A.
27 STARTING TAE FROM A STRONG POSITION
Kye Nelson
THREE EXAMPLES OF THE FOURTEEN STEPS
32 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
Robert Crease, Ph.D.
43 TRANSLATING TEXTS
Bill Fraser, MA
55 A THEORY OF UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF PARTICULAR STEPS:
80 PERMISSION TO THINK FROM WHAT IS KNOWN BUT UNCLEAR
82 SPEAKING FROM THE UPWARDLY PRESSING THINGS THAT WANT TO COME OUT
Forrestine Paulay and Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.
86 MOTHERS AND INFANTS: ONE BODY PROCESS WITH EQUAL INITIATIVE
Zack Boukydis, Ph.D., and Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.
APPLICATIONS OF TAE
94 THINKING AT THE EDGE IN INDUSTRY
Klaus Meyerson, Ph.D.
99 EIGHTH GRADERS THINK AT THE EDGE
Mary Jeanne Larrabee, Ph.D.
102 THINKING AT THE EDGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGICAL THEORY
Greg Walkerden
A PROCESS MODEL
112 A BRIEF GUIDE TO A PROCESS MODEL
Campbell Purton, Ph.D.
121 A PROCESS MODEL IS UNIQUE IN ITS CONCEPTUAL CO-GENERATIVITY
William Sterner
124 HOW I READ THE STRUCTURE OF THE A PROCESS MODEL TEXT
Greg Walkerden
132 EXCERPTS FROM A STUDY SESSION ON A PROCESS MODEL
led by Greg Walkerden
137 ETHOLOGY AND GENDLIN’S PROCESS MODEL
Campbell Purton, Ph.D.
APPENDIX
147 TAE FOR DAILY USE

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