Thinking at the Edge - Pt3





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Published on Dec 2, 2008

Thinking at the Edge (TAE), like Focusing, is a practice developed from the Philosophy of the Implicit. Here Mary Hendricks (Director of The Focusing Institute) and Eugene Gendlin introduce key concepts and describe TAE.

It is a set of exact steps to develop a fresh use of language and a new kind of theory to speak from something in one's field which one knows but has not been able to say or write. This is a way to say something that can restructure the basic terms and practices in a field, rather than being able to say what fits the current viewpoint.

Videography by Nada Lou nadalou.com and music by Goran Petrovic. 10:51 min excerpt from 2 dvd documentary videotaped in NY 2002.


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