At this point her problem is a philosophical problem, and the process of her coming to terms with this experience is the act of philosophizing
For problems that are based in the world of action--certain types of anxiety disorders or somatoform and dissociative disorders--and for those that involve habit control issues--smoking, excess eating, and possibly trichotillomania or insomnia--the learning and philosophizing
aspects of LPA move quickly into the action phase.
What exactly philosophizing
was none of us knew for sure, but the master's criticisms and humiliations were compelling us to find out.
He also traces how philosophers from the ancient Greeks onwards have conceptualized the idea of the vacuum and the relationship of such philosophizing
to contemporary developments in quantum field theory and string theory.
It is as if the act of philosophizing
gets run together here with the subject matter about which one is philosophizing
The strategy that best conquers stage fright, in my experience, is the learning, philosophizing
, and action (LPA) technique, which I developed at the short-term psychotherapy program at New York University Medical Center, in New York.
That kind of philosophizing
provides little or no useful guidance in the world in which we live.
Last spring, the University of California published two volumes of selected essays: Philosophizing
Art and The Body/Body Problem.
There was no philosophizing
or rationalizing, simply raw and intimate communication with my Creator.
Gersonides radically interprets the "Song of Songs" book of the Hebrew bible as a guide to knowing God through philosophizing
We can work with patients in philosophizing
about its occurrence, as many did in the better part of the 20th century with a myriad of theories.
Candid and rarely self-editing, the 20-year-old actor talks quickly, spins off into philosophizing
at the most conversational of questions and is given to statements like, ``Normal's a pretty scary place, but above normal is really interesting,'' and, ``I tend to spout (expletive).