The Philosophical-Practice Agora - The Philo-Practice Agora
Philosophical Practice is an international movement of philosophers who believe that philosophy is relevant to everyday life and to the person in the street. Philosophical Practitioners work with individuals, groups, and organizations, as well as among themselves in order to reflect on basic life-issues and personal predicaments.
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The National Philosophical Counseling Association (NPCA), formerly the American Society for Philosophy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy (ASPCP), is the first association of philosophical counseling in the United States. It was founded by American philosophers Elliot D. Cohen and Paul Sharkey in 1992. Established under the auspices of the American Philosophical Association (APA), it met regularly for …
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Institut de pratiques philosophiques – Oscar Brenifier, philosophe praticien
International English Winter Seminar 2017“Practicing Philosophy” Argenteuil – FranceFebruary 27th – March 4th, 2017The Institute of Philosophical Practice is organizing its regular « International winter seminar » in English on philosophical practice. It will take place in Argenteuil, a close suburb of Paris.Some among the different issues on which the seminar will focus are the following. Philosophy in business and organization: how to think together, how to evaluate individuals through philosophical tools.Philosophical consultation: art of questioning, obstacles to philosophical inquiry, problematization. Philosophy with children: creating exercises for the classroom, working on attitudes and competencies.Personal development: self-consciousness through philosophical exercise. Argumentation: argumentation problems, evaluating arguments.In this context, philosophy is not an academic activity centered on the history of ideas, and one does not come simply to narrate what he does in his