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.
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Am I my Body? | Wholebody Mindfulness · May 25, 2020 at 23:25
[…] ‘Sitting with Gene at his Leading Edge,’ Eugene Gendlin recounted a story about a boy in a Thinking at the Edge Class, who at the end of the class asked the teacher: “Well… am I my body, or do I have a […]