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Directory to The Philosophy of Entry into the Implicit

Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Emeritus

GOL: Gendlin Library
The Gendlin Online Library

A Process Model


On:  A mode of language that enables philosophy to enter into experiencing (or context, situation, child birth, bodily knowing, practice .....)  

What Happens When Wittgenstein Asks 'What Happens When...?'

Was geschieht, wenn Wittgenstein fragt: "Was geschieht, wenn...?"   [PDF]
Crossing and Dipping: Some Terms for Approaching the Interface between Natural Understanding and Logical Formulation

On:  Concepts that tell how they are themselves exceeded. "carrying forward," "implying," "crossing," "implicit governing," "unseparated multiplicity"

Language Beyond Postmodernism, Northwestern University Press, 1997
Thinking Beyond Patterns: Chapter A-3

On:  A "logic" of how concepts relate to experiencing.

Experiencing and the Creation of Meaning, (Preface to the Paper Edition)

On:  All word use is metaphor: a theory of metaphor 

Crossing and Dipping: Some Terms for Approaching the Interface between Natural Understanding and Logical Formulation

On:  A new empiricism that is not naive

"The Responsive Order" part I. and end.
A Critique of Relativity and Localization
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)


A Process Model
, I-IV
On:  How the body knows the situation and knows philosophy. 

"The primacy of the body, not the primacy of perception," Excerpt
"Thinking Beyond Patterns: Body, Language, and Situations," Chapter A 4-5
On:  An alternative model for science applied to how bodies can "know"

A Process Model, V-VI
On:  Derivation of language from self-organizing life processes

A Process Model, VIIA, VIIB

On:  Thinking with crossing

A Process Model, VIII

On:  Applications of the philosophy:

Focusing via the body-in-situation, enabling people to open more deeply what  they are already living through, and empowering them to speak from this.
Children
Physics
Psychotherapy
Medicine
On:  New ways to read Plato, Merleau-Ponty, Wittgenstein,
Commentary on Aristotle's De Anima, Kant, Dilthey, Heidegger, Sartre


Bibliography
Introduction to Philosophy 
Befindlichkeit: Heidegger and the Philosophy of Psychology
Time's Dependence on Space: Kant's Statements and Their Misconstrual by Heidegger