Michael Noah Weiss

Daimonic Dialogues

Philosophical Practice and Self-Formation. A Research Report on a Series of Philosophical Guided Imageries Carried out at a Norwegian Folk High School
Reihe: Reflective Practice Research
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  • 978-3-643-91202-2
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  • 2021
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In this research report a philosophical practice project is presented which was carried out in... mehr
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In this research report a philosophical practice project is presented which was carried out in 2019 at a Norwegian folk high school. Its main purpose was to examine whether and how philosophical guided imageries can foster self-formation. In the analysis of the empirical data three tendencies are identified: The participants felt calmer and safer due to this philosophical practice; they developed personally in terms of experiential learning; and several of them could also gain self-knowledge. The discussion then shows how these three tendencies relate and contribute to self-formation.

Dr. phil. Michael Noah Weiss is associate professor in pedagogy at the University of South-Eastern Norway and editor of The Socratic Handbook.

DOI 10.52038.9783643912022
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