The Unbearable Embeddedness of Being: Toward a Post-Cartesian Psychotherapy

By Brad Strawn , Kevin Seybold and Nancy Duvall

Dr. Brad Strawn explains the negative consequences of Cartesian philosophy in psychotherapy and argues for the benefits of a post-Cartesian philosophy in this field. Dr. Strawn advocates a monist understanding of individuals, showing that this leads to a fuller ability of a client to take responsibility for his or her actions and realities. Dr. Kevin Seybold and Dr. Nancy Duvall respond to his argument.

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