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Saturday April 20, 2024, 4:00-5:30 p.m. EST

Featured Guest: Anders Lindseth, Pioneering Norwegian practitioner, Professor emeritus.

Anders Lindseth (1946) is in Norway Pro­fessor Emeritus for practical phi­loso­phy at the Centre for Practical Knowledge, Nord University. He has been teacher of philosophy at the Universities of Oslo and Tromsø, and professor at the De­partment for Health Care Research, Fa­culty of Medicine, Univer­sity of Tromsø. He has been guest professor for prac­ti­cal know­ledge at the School of Design and Crafts, Faculty of Fine, Applied and Per­for­ming Arts, Gothen­burg Uni­versity. After retirement he moved to Munich where he is living with his German wife; two sons have left home. In Munich he has been teaching ethics and philo­so­phy of education at Hochschule für Philosophie. Since 1971 Lind­seth is a medi­tation teacher of the Norwe­gian Acem-School of Medi­tation, and now he is teaching meditation at Münchner Volkshochschule. 1989 Lindseth op­ened a Philo­sophical Practice in Tromsø and he is now offering such practice/coun­­­selling in Munich. He has been a member of the board of the International Society for Philosophical Practice (ISPP) and he is now a member of the scientific board of ISPP. Since 2017 he is teaching phi­losophical practice at Vienna University. Since 1997 he has been participating as practical philosopher at the annual International Mee­tings on the Treat­ment of Psychosis. In March 2019 he became honorary member of the Cuban Psychiatric Society.

APPA Agora #11: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with Bill Irwin

William Irwin is Herve A. LeBlanc Distinguished Service Professor and professor of philosophy at King’s College in Pennsylvania. He originated the philosophy and popular culture genre of books with Seinfeld and Philosophy (Open Court, 2000). Many other volumes followed. Currently he is the general editor of the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series. Irwin is…

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APPA Agora #10: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with Ida Jongsma

Ida Jongsma: was in 1983 the co-founder of the Dutch Philosophical Counseling movement in the Netherlands. After her M.A. in Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam she started in 1989 the Dutch Association for Philosophical Practice with colleagues. In 1988 Hotel de Filosoof (The Philosopher Hotel) was opened in Amsterdam with Ida Jongsma as co-owner….

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APPA Agora #9: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with Tom Morris

Tom Morris is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, the recipient of a double PhD from Yale University, and holds honorary doctorates in recognition for his public work. After a first career at Notre Dame, he went on to become a public philosopher, authoring so far over 32 published books, including national bestsellers, while bringing…

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APPA Agora #8: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with Greg Sadler

Greg Sadler is the president of ReasonIO, adjunct professor of philosophy and humanities at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, and the co-host of the Wisdom for Life radio show. His popular YouTube channel has nearly 3,000 videos, and has drawn 14 million total views. He is a member of the Modern Stoicism team,…

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APPA Agora #7: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with Vaughana Feary

Vaughana Feary PhD received her doctorate from the University of Arizona. Her original AOS was Ethics, Social/ Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law. She often spent extended periods in Europe, Asia, and Africa, with New Orleans as home base, where she taught Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Humanities at Southern University during the turbulent early seventies when…

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APPA Agora #6: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with George T. Hole

George Hole is a Distinguished Teaching Professor at Buffalo State College and Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department. His poems have been published in Cimmaron Review, Rapport, Stone Drum, Earth’s Daughters, and Sugar Mule, as well as the Buffalo News. He is the author of Thinking Well about What Matters (out of print)…

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Featured Guest: Ibrahim Ozdemir, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, Practitioner, Author, Pioneer

Ibrahim Ozdemir, PhD I am a professor of philosophy at Uskudar University, Istanbul, Turkey, and the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. I was the Founding President of Hasan Kalyoncu University, Gaziantep (2010-2014). Presently, I am a visiting professor at Clark University, Worcester, MA. I was a member of the drafting team…

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Featured Guest: Rick Repetti, Ph.D., Practitioner, Author, Pioneer

Rick Repetti is Professor of Philosophy at CUNY/Kingsborough, a VP of APPA, an APPA-certified Philosopher Counselor, trained as a Gestalt therapist, a certified life coach and CBT practitioner, and a multiple-decades practitioner and instructor of yoga and meditation. His most recent publication is the edited collection, The Routledge Handbook on the Philosophy of Meditation (2022)….

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Featured Guest: Lydia Amir, Ph.D., Practitioner, Author, Pioneer

Lydia Amir is a French-Israeli professor of philosophy, currently teaching in the department of Philosophy at Tufts University and at graduate programs of Philosophy in Romania and Mexico. She also serves as a Research Fellow in the Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences at Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China. Amir has…

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Featured Guest: Massimo Pigliucci, PhD, author of How to Be a Stoic

Massimo Pigliucci is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York. His books include How to Be a Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life (Basic Books), A Handbook for New Stoics: How to Thrive in a World Out of Your Control (The Experiment, with Greg Lopez), and…

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Featured Guest: Pierre Grimes, PhD, Founder of the Noetic Society

Pierre is the first philosophical counselor in the West. He has pioneered and practiced Socratic Midwifery in Southern California since the 1960s. Pierre founded both Opening Mind Academy and the Noetic Society, and is a Director of the APPA. Alan Watts called Pierre “a true Jnana Yogi”. Now 98 years of age, Pierre is a…

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