Saying what we mean

Implicit precision and the responsive order

Eugene T Gendlin

Edited by Edward Casey , Donata Schoeller

The first collection of Gendlin's groundbreaking essays in philosophical psychology, Saying What We Mean casts familiar areas of human experience, such as language and feeling, in a radically different light. Instead of the familiar emphasis on the conceptually explicit in an era of scientism, Gendlin shows that the implicit also comprises a structure available for recognition and analysis.

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