TAE (Thinking At the Edge) is a philosophical practice developed by Eugene T. Gendlin. TAE is based on Gendlin’s philosophy of the implicit. TAE is a pathway into unexpressed fields and unexpected depth. TAE is more than a creative thinking process. It combines pre-linguistic experience with logical thinking. TAE is a method of building theories in science and about life. TAE is a linking of prelingual experiencing and logical thinking. TAE is a method to build theories in science and about life. With TAE you practice on the edge of an implicit knowing and an explicit form.

Further information on TAE can be found at:

www.applied-tae.com


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