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8 notes tagged "cartesian"

  1. what are us?  
    In today's society, objective facts eclipse our subjective inner wisdom and somatic knowledge. We conform to external norms rather than self-determining our values. Knowledge is pursued compulsively without changing the methods of inquiry. To grow, we must release rigid plans and preconceptions. By embracing spontaneity and our inner genius, we can reshape notions and know ourselves intimately. This self-knowledge allows us to create our lives rather than follow others' expectations.
    society coaching cartesian introspective journaling
  2. why coach introspection?  
    Introspection, while potentially yielding valuable self-knowledge, may also lead to self-obsession and chronic rumination. Our culture often emphasizes objectivity and causality, hindering a more open, phenomenological inquiry into ourselves. Shifting toward a "resolving" approach and embracing paradoxical ideas can offer a more constructive path to self-understanding.
    coaching introspective journaling cartesian society
  3. cartesian theatre  
    ‘Cartesian Theatre’ in which conscious experience ‘comes together in a single point in the brain, much as René Descartes thought consciousness
  4. cartesian mechanistic physics vs quantum mechanics  
    somatic dance challenges traditional models of Cartesian dualism in which contemporary scientific psychology was born. Whereas Freud’s psychology
    cartesian therapeutic
  5. mind-body dualism  
    Mind–body dualism is closely associated with the thought of René Descartes (1641) (Substance dualism, or Cartesian dualism): the mind is a
    philosophy cartesian dichotomy
  6. interior soul neglects exterior world  
    the calling does not have to be away from the world or rest upon a theory of self-enclosed individuals. Soul-making and care of soul do not have to
    cartesian therapeutic
  7. body mind experience and descartes  
    phenomenology of the body refutes Descartes' dualism on the basis of the body/mind experience Descartes was attempting to organize. He has also
    phenomena cartesian
  8. scientism mimetic game  
    Scientism fools people because it is a mimetic game dressed up as science. The key is carefully curating our sources of knowledge so that we are
    mimetic cartesian

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