Kent Palmer replied to steve wood's discussion Thinking of Merleau-Ponty and our expansion of the "lived body." part 1
"MP basically rewrote BT from a Psychological Perspective in order to make it comprehensible. Pointing and Grasping is much easier to understand than Present-at-hand and Ready-to-hand. But the key book of MP was never finished the Vis and the Invis.…"
Feb 28, 2011
steve wood replied to steve wood's discussion Thinking of Merleau-Ponty and our expansion of the "lived body." part 1
"From depth psychological perspective I find Merleau-Ponty easier to understand. Being and Time is serving nicely as a bookend in my bookcase but I find it comforting that there is a relationship between Heidegger and MP. I just needed the …"
Feb 28, 2011
Kent Palmer replied to steve wood's discussion Thinking of Merleau-Ponty and our expansion of the "lived body." part 1
"To give some historical context for what you are saying, with respect to Merleau-Ponty we might note that Phenomenology of Perception was an attempt to rewrite Being and Time from a psychological perspective. For present-at-hand he substiutes as the…"
Feb 28, 2011
steve wood left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"Dear Kent,
 
interesting thoughts. Ed Casey's thinking on place have a wonderful phenomenological plasticity. I've just posted an initial piece on the discussion page titled something like thinking of Merleau-Ponty and expansion of the lived body…"
Feb 27, 2011
steve wood replied to steve wood's discussion Thinking of Merleau-Ponty and our expansion of the "lived body." part 1
"I've enclosed the image of m-83 from  David Malin that I am referring to in the writingdavid malin m-83 1.jpeg"
Feb 27, 2011
steve wood replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Airports
"only in Dallas, fortunately you weren't wearing your I (heart) california sweatshirt..."
Nov 16, 2010
steve wood left a comment for Carol Berzonsky
"Carol,

i just read the betsy perluss piece for our eco psych class and it is exactly what you were talking about the othernight, take a look at it and we will talk

best steve wood"
May 27, 2010
steve wood left a comment for Jennifer Leigh Selig
"Constellation therapy is a new one for me Jennifer. Welcome! As you can see Bonnie is much faster than I am.

best wishes steve"
May 13, 2010
steve wood left a comment for John Becknell
"Welcome John!
How do you view this phenomenon!

best steve"
May 13, 2010
steve wood left a comment on ARCHIVED—Currents of the Future
"Just waste the tv and get it over with!"
May 10, 2010
steve wood left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"Meeting life as it is can be more complex than might appear at first glance when we consider "as it is." For instance, standing beside my house in Venice stands a reasonably old almond tree, which, I have noticed, is entwined with a much younger…"
May 7, 2010
steve wood left a comment on Reading Room
"Gary Snyder : Practice of the Wild
Thomas Berry: The Great Work

and just now I am reading merleau -ponty: The visible and the Invisible and once you get the hang of his language it is pretty interesting."
May 3, 2010

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  • oops..thinking Oona would like me to send an invite to a new/different email? Let me know. I did send one to the email address I have on file for you...but clearly you are already online as a member here so I'm not sure if that will be of help.
  • Yes, I'm thrilled. I think the community is off to an awesome start! I hope to at least make contact with a few existing organizations who might be willing to put it out to their members: Jungian groups, CIIS and other educational orgs....we'll see, but I do think there is a lot of organic and viral power behind the strong need for a central community. If you have thoughts/ins to existing groups, let me know. Thanks for everything. This would never happen without your support!
  • Ah, now you're a God. You have mastered Technology. Clearly you have reached the pinnacle of Creative Power....
  • Hey Steve: hope your paper is nearly done. Mine's not, needless to say :) Meanwhile, no worries. I was just looking to make the group description more concrete so people would know if they want to join it. Unless you made it exclusive, anyone who wants can join, and of course, the more, the merrier. Leads to juicier discussion.
    As for uploading pics, if you mean for the main page, just click the "add photo" link below the pics which are showing up; then you will get a box that allows you to click to browse for the photo on your computer. If still have trouble, call me and I can walk you through it.
  • Hey Steve--do you think we could find an electronic copy of that article on the "wild" you found? What publication was it in? If it's on their website, I think it would be a valuable add to the site.
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