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We've Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy & the World's Gett... by James Hillman
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Oct 31, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: psychology

Great dialogue, some parts more interesting than others. Long list of ways to evaluate an idea: is it fertile, fecund? does it make you think? is it surprising, shocking? does it stop you from habits & bring a spark of reflection? is it delightful to think about? does it seem deep? important? needing to be told? does it wear out quickly? what does the idea want from you? why did it decide to light in your mind? This way of thinking about what we think gives pause.
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