Relationship violence: How philosophical counseling can help
History and Philosophy
With contributions from eighteen professional women counselors from twelve different countries, this book is the first to provide an overview of new-born philosophical practices from an entirely female perspective. It gives voice to women's thoughts and brings to the reader a living portrait of philosophy as a service to people and a training for those in search of a fully lived existence. As the authors draw on first-hand experience, their philosophical analyses intertwine with changes in attitudes and real-life stories, unearthing that forgotten soul of philosophical thought which our ancestors referred to as the Anima. The book provides a lively, sprightly and vivacious picture of how philosophy is used in practice, a long way from the rigidness and stereotypical severity of its traditional image. It will not fail to inspire readers to live their thoughts and think their lives.
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Mehuron, K. (2015). Relationship violence: How philosophical counseling can help. In L. de Paula & P. Raabe (Eds.), Women in philosophical counseling: The anima of thought in action (pp. 247–266). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
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