Rational Buddhism
Antidotes to the Eleven Cardinal Fallacies Presented in Elliot D. Cohen's The New Rational Therapy from Buddha and Some of His Greatest Disciples release_4chh3jzkkbfsfimi5y2zvxoqty

by James D. Patteson, National Philosophical Counseling Association

Published in International Journal of Philosophical Practice by Philosophy Documentation Center.

2015   p41-67


This article shows how Buddhist philosophies are consistent with the rational counseling approach of Logic-Based Therapy (LBT), as presented in Elliot D. Cohen's book, The New Rational Therapy: Thinking Your Way To Serenity, Success, and Profound Happiness. It presents many Buddhist insights as pathways to the "transcendent" or guiding virtues of LBT, and, accordingly, as philosophical antidotes to its eleven "cardinal fallacies." It therefore helpfully adds to the repertoire of philosophies that can be used by LBT counselors in helping counselees address their problems of living.
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