Existential Analysis Vol. 23.2 July 2012 – PDF


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  • Editorial
  • Technology: Alienation and Homecoming – Robert Romanyshyn
  • Faith and Reason in an Age of Humanity 2:0. Revisiting cybernetics as ‘Artificial Theology’ – Steve Fuller
  • The Implications for Losing the ‘Filters’ We Learn in Life to Emerging Technologies: A Professional’s insight into working with clients in the age of technology – Jacqueline Rappoport
  • Being With Technology – Truth, History, Disclosure – Mo Mandić
  • The Power of Transhumanist Meditation – Ajit Jaokar
  • Being-Towards-Death in The Digital Age – Elaine Kasket
  • Technology as Teacher: Digital Media and the Re-Schooling of Everyday Life – Catherine Adams
  • New Communication Technology and the Clinical Context – Karen Rowe
  • Relationships Between Personality Characteristics and Death Awareness In A Graduate Student Sample – Andrea F. Ycaza, Scott M. Hyman & Samantha Behbahani
  • Significant Events in Existential Psychotherapy: The Client’s Perspective – Ana Oliveira, Daniel Sousa and Antonio Pazo Pires
  • Not Always Being ‘In Team With’ One’s Body Dilemmas in being physically active while living with a disability – Anne-Mette Bredahl
  • Boundary and Ambiguity: Merleau-ˇPonty and the Space of Psychotherapy – Natasha Synesiou
  • Tears are Us. A response to ‘Boundary and Ambiguity: Merleau-Ponty and the Space of Psychotherapy’ – Hugh Hetherington
  • What is a Body? Or, Where Did Your Articles Come From? A response to Natasha Synesiou and Hugh Hetherington – Greg Madison
  • A Brief Response to Greg Madison’s Response to My Response to Natasha Synesiou’s Paper (I can feel Ionesco’s laughter!) – Hugh Hetherington
  • What Is It Then Between Us? A response to two responses – Natasha Synesiou
  • Book Reviews