Philosophical Practice (Google eBook)

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Academic Press, Nov 8, 2001 - Psychology - 411 pages
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This book provides a look at philosophical practice from the viewpoint of the practitioner or prospective practitioner. It answers the questions: What is philosophical practice? What are its aims and methods? How does philosophical counseling differ from psychological counseling and other forms of psychotherapy. How are philosophical practitioners educated and trained? How do philosophical practitioners relate to other professions? What are the politics of philosophical practice? How does one become a practitioner? What is APPA Certification? What are the prospects for philosophical practice in the USA and elsewhere?
Handbook of Philosophical Practice provides an account of philosophy's current renaissance as a discipline of applied practice while critiquing the historical, social, and cultural forces which have contributed to its earlier descent into obscurity.
  

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Contents

Modes of Philosophical Practice
55
Professionalization of Philosophical Practice
175
Marketing of Philosophical Practice
247
Politics of Philosophical Practice
323
Appendices
377
Index
401
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Page xxiii - All that we are is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts, it is made up of our thoughts.
Page iv - The whole function of philosophy ought to be to find out what definite difference it will make to you and me, at definite instants of our life, if this world-formula or that world-formula be the true one.
Page 17 - A man may take to drink because he feels himself to be a failure, and then fail all the more completely because he drinks. It is rather the same thing that is happening to the English language. It becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, but the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.
Page iv - Many also, perhaps most men, either through defect of mind or want of education, remain unfit during the whole course of their lives; yet have they, infants as well as those of riper years, a human nature. Wherefore man is made fit for society not by nature, but by education.
Page 16 - ... men that take their instruction from the authority of books, and not from their own meditation, to be as much below the condition of ignorant men as men endued with true science are above it.
Page 17 - But an effect can become a cause, reinforcing the original cause and prixlucing the same effect in an intensified form, and so on indefinitely. A man may take to drink because he feels himself to be a failure, and then fail all the more completely because he drinks.
Page 15 - It was found that the background linguistic system (in other words, the grammar) of each language is not merely a reproducing instrument for voicing ideas but rather is itself the shaper of ideas...
Page xv - The great conquerors, from Alexander to Caesar, and from Caesar to Napoleon, influenced profoundly the lives of subsequent generations. But the total effect of this influence shrinks to insignificance, if compared to the entire transformation of human habits and human mentality produced by ... men of thought from Thales to the present day, men individually powerless, but ultimately the rulers of the world.

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Marinoff’s Therapy: A Critique of His Books on Philosophical Practice
Nevertheless, in Philosophical Practice Marinoff names Professor ... contemporary philosophical practice, ie as if they were predecessors of Achenbach(p. ...
www.aspcp.org/ ijpp/ SchusterMarinoff.pdf

Welcome to Lou Marinoff's Web Site
Philosophical Practice is written with such clarity and vigor that it will appeal not ... His latest book, Philosophical Practice, moves that cause forward. ...
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One Philosopher is Worth a Hundred "C-words" - Philosophical Practice
In the course of my evolution as an author and philosopher, I have written and published many different kinds of works. However, this is my maiden edi..
www.informaworld.com/ smpp/ 35862480-91008149/ ftinterface~content=a713737091~fulltext=713240929

Shlomit C. Schuster's CV and Publication list
(1997) "Sartre's 'Words' as a Paradigm for Self-description in Philosophical Counseling," in Perspectives in Philosophical Practice , The Reader of the ...
www.geocities.com/ centersophon/ cv1.html

Philosophical Counseling, Not Personal New Age Therapy
These “Certified Philosophical Counselors,” in addition to a graduate degree in philosophy, have followed a weekend course in “Philosophical Practice” with ...
www.radpsynet.org/ journal/ vol4-2/ philc1.html

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Thomas Magnell (USA), Philosophical Practice as Education ... Louis Marinoff (USA), Inculcating Virtue in Philosophical Practice ...
www.bu.edu/ wcp/ SocTalk1.html

Plato not Prozac! Applying Philosophy to Everyday Problems, by Lou ...
From the outset, this book represents a dubious trivialization of philosophy under the guise of "Philosophical Practice." Pretending to draw from such great ...
www.friesian.com/ munteanu.htm

The Journal of Mind and Behavior: Back Issues, Vol23 No3 Summer 2002
Lou Marinoff's Philosophical Practice outlines the rise of the new profession of philosophical practice and argues that philosophy should aim to be more ...
www.umaine.edu/ jmb/ archives/ volume23/ 23_3_2002summer.html

Resources for Effective Psychotherapy and Counselling
Philosophical Practice aims to familiarize its readers with the developmental, theoretical, methodological and professional aspects of philosophical ...
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Libro - Lou Marinoff - Philosophical Practice - webster.it
This book provides a look at philosophical practice from the viewpoint of the practitioner or ... It answers the questions: What is philosophical practice? ...
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About the author (2001)

Lou Marinoff, Ph.D., is a philosophy professor at the City College of New York, a pioneer of the philosophical practice movement in North America, and president of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association (AAPA). He lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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