Episode 018: The Melancholy of the Human Position: Scholar Dr. Dustin Atlas in Conversation About the Work of Martin Buber and The Ephemeralness of Relationship

I was once attending a conference in downtown Toronto and the theme of the conference was the entry problem: how do we enter into psychological material? There’s a whole philosophical tradition, most notably at present taken up by a German psychologist and philosopher named Wolfgang Geegref who relies on a way of looking at psychology…

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Episode 016: Why Psychological Theory Changes & the Dangers of Oversimplification: Towards a Flexible and Humanistic Understanding of Ourselves

I spent the last little while focusing on parenting but at the same time, considering the theories in psychology that support our understanding of human development and how that can inform us as parents to either make decisions that shift our behaviour or to reflect on them with our children. In that light, It was…