Editors: Donata Schoeller and Vera Saller
Thinking thinking: Practicing radical reflection
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How can one approach the very thought process of thinking, if every reflective move is already a result, a manifestation, of what one is trying to conceive? Verbalizing the act of thinking seems to be doomed to run behind the phenomenon that needs to be grasped. An inquiry into thinking that accounts for the process of thinking itself can be termed radical reflection. This kind of reflection does not pretend to describe its subject as "given," independent of the way it's being considered. It faces the challenge of including the experience of thinking, as well as the feeling tones that play a major role in thinking and articulating. Thus, the methodologies of radical reflection manifest themselves in cutting edge philosophical, as well as in psychotherapeutic research, in anthropology as well as in the cognitive sciences.
The renowned thinkers from different disciplines in this volume have this in common: their perspectives, questions and means of inquiriies do not discount their own embodied practice of thinking and articulating. Their radical methodologies are reflected in new vocabularies and innovative styles of thinking beyond traditional dualities.
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