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Saying What We Mean: A Symposium on the Works of Eugene Gendlin

April 8 - 11, 2021

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Gendlin Center

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ONLINE

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Details for how to access the symposium will be sent a few days prior to the event.

Meeting Format
Zoom

April 8 - 11, 2021

The Departments of Psychology and Philosophy at Seattle University are partnering with The Gendlin Research Center of the International Focusing Institute to hold an online symposium advancing the work of Eugene Gendlin. We invite participants to explore the implications of Gendlin’s posthumous collection Saying What We Mean: Implicit Precision and the Responsive Order (2018). This extraordinary collection, edited by Edward Casey and Donata Schoeller, brings together a series of essays demonstrating Gendlin’s creative and insightful ability to balance conversations across a wide range of voices in philosophy and psychology.  We are delighted that Dr. Schoeller will be one of our featured speakers.

Read: Call for Papers

We have revised this event to be online, due to the pandemic.  Please check back for details on the schedule and pricing.

All are invited to attend.

 

Contact

QUESTIONS? Contact 206-296-5398 or  email [email protected]

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Please watch www.focusing.org and your email for registration details.

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