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Northwestern University Studies in Phenomenology an Existential Philosophy Founding Editor tAmes M. Edie General Editor Anthony J. Steinbock Associate editor john mccumber A PROCESS MODEL Eugene T gendlin Foreword by robert A. parker Northwestern University Press Evanston, Illinois northwestern University press Copyright o 2018 by Northwestern University Press Published 2018. All rights reserved Printed in the United states of america 10987654321 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Gendlin. Eugene T.1926-2017 author Title: A process model/ Eugene T Gendlin; foreword by robert A. Parker. Other titles: Northwestern University studies in phenomenology existential philosophy Description: Evanston, Illinois: northwestern University press, 2018 Series: northwestern University studies in phenomenology and existential philosophy Originally published 1997 by the Focusing Institute. Includes bibliographical references and index Identifiers: LCCN 2017028695 ISBN 9780810136205(cloth: alk. paper) IsBN 9780810136199(pbk. alk paper) isBN 9780810136212(e-book) Subjects: LCSH: Knowledge, Theory of. Human body(Philosophy) Perception(Philosophy) Experience. Meaning(Philosophy) Meaning Classification: LCC BD2145 G46 2018 DDC 121. 34-dc23 Lcrecordavailableat Contents Foreword, by Robert A. Parker Acknowledgments Introduction, by Eugene T Gendlin and David Young Prefatory note 1. Body-Environment( B-En) 4 Functional Cycle( Fucy) IL. An object 14 Ⅳ. The body and time 20 IV-A. A Different Concept of the body not a machine 20 (a) The body (when a process stops)is what continues, it is the other process (b) There is only the whole implying (c) The body is the subprocesses; they are body-ent#2 and #3 all the way in (d-1) Symbolic functions of the body (d-2) Some requirements for our further concept formation (e) Everything by everything(evev alIng (g-1)Relevance (g-2)Old and new models: some contrasts (h-1)Crossing, metaphor, law of occurrence (h-2) Degrees of freedom (h-3)Schematized by schematizing(sbs) (h-4) The two directions of sbs IV-B. Time: En#2 and En#3, Occurring and Implying 58 V. Evolution, Novelty, and stability 71 V-A. Intervening events (a) How major new events may develop in the other processes (b) New events might develop in what we called"the topped (b-1)At the point where the process cannot continue, the last bit which can happen repeats (b-2)A second kind of new event may occur in the so-called stopped process V-B. Stability: The Open Cycle 81 VL. Behavior 86 VI-A. Behavior and perception 86 VI-B. The Development of Behavior Space 94 (a) Motivation (b) Cross-contextual formation (c) Behavior space (G-1) Had space (G-2) Had space and time ( c-3) Two open cycle sectors (d) Pyramiding (e) Object formation: objects fall out Appendix toⅥl 105 (f) Resting perception, impact perception, and perceiving behind one's back (f-1) Resting perception (f-2) Impact perception (f-3) Perception behind one's back ( g) Relevanting (h) Puncturing (i Compression (i Breaking back "to a more primitive level (k) Behavioral body-development Habit (m) Ination(imagination and felt sense VlL. Culture, Symbol, and language 114 Ⅷ-A. Symbolic P 114 (a) bodylooks (b) The da (c) Representation (d) doubli (e) Expression (f) The new kind of cf (g) Pi (h) Seens and heards i Action G Universals(kinds 1) Separate senses (j-2) Ki (j-3)Three universals (j-4) The pre-formed implicit(type a (k) Action and gesturing Slotted rituals (m) Maki (n) Fresh formation of sequences and tools (o) Schematic terms: meshed; implicit functioning held nstituted (o-1)Meshed (o-2)Implicit functioning (o-3) Held (o-4) Reconstituting VIl-B Protolanguage 150 (a) Internal space (b) The FLIP (c The order (d) Absent context in this present context (e) Crossing of clusters, and so-called conventional symbols (f) Language formation: two kinds of crossing (f-1) The mediate carrying forward, what language (f-2) Collecting context(s), the formation of kinds (f-3)Lateral crossing and collective crossing (f-4) Word-formation (f-5)Short units (f-6 The context of a word collected contexts and Interaction contexts (f-7) Syntax (f-8) Language use; novel situations (f-9) Discursive use versus art; re-eveving versus re-recognItion (f-10)New expression (f-11)Fresh sentences (f -12)Deliberate (f-13)More than one context; human time and space (g) When is the FLIP? Cessation of sound-formation in language use Appendix to (f): Details do not drop out; universals are not empty commonalities

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