Writing in the year 2000
Wittgenstein and his
philosophy of beginnings and beginnings and beginnings. Paper given at
the American University, Washington DC, March 26th 2000, at a Wittgenstein
Conference in honor of Rom Harré.
Wittgenstein and the everyday:
from radical hiddenness to 'nothing is hidden'; from representation to
participation (In Journal of Mundane Behavior).
At the boundaries
of being: re-figuring our intellectual lives together (Plenary speech at
"Psychology 2000 - Congress," Joensuu, Finland, 30th August to 2nd September)
OR MUTUALLY ENABLING’ COMMUNITIES:PUTTING A NEW (DIALOGICAL)PRACTICE INTO OUR
PRACTICES (Paper presented at the Presidential Session at the AECT Conference,
Denver, Oct 25th-28th, 2000).
RESPONSIVE UNDERSTANDINGS IN LIVING
ENCOUNTERS: RE-FIGURING INTELLECTUAL INQUIRY.Penultimate draft of chapter to appear
in J.D. Raskin and S.K. Bridges (Eds.) Cutting Edge Issues in Personal Construct
Psychology: Practical Applications and Postmodern Directions. New York:
Pace University Press.
"The recovery of meaningful thinking." Review of Sigmund Koch,
Psychology in Human Context: Essays in Dissidence and Reconstruction. Chicago and London:
The University of Chicago Press, 1999 - in 2000, the reviews editor of the BPS Magazine,
The Psychologist, asked me to provide a short review this book of 441 pages. After
considerable effort on my part, I produced the review above. It was declined on the grounds
that it was "too philosophical for our readers."