Monthly Archives: May 2012

Absolute Subjectivity

Thomas Metzinger’s book The Ego Tunnel provides an interesting way of understanding our own personal, subjective experience. Metzinger is a German philosopher who has studied consciousness and has written in both German and English about how he understands the way … Continue reading

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It’s Not Talk Therapy, It’s “Being With” Therapy

I have a friend who advocates when children are having a hard time, they do not need a “time out,” they need a “time with.” That makes a lot of sense. When we are mulling over our experience, or feeling … Continue reading

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