Gerd B. Achenbach's 'Beyond-Method' Method release_du635sdmyfgzbejs4uzfmvv4ju

by Samuel Zinaich, Jr., National Philosophical Counseling Association

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

2004   p52-62


In this essay, I take up the question of whether Gerd B. Achenbach's 'beyond-method' method provides a suitable approach to counseling for the philosophical counselor. Achenbach maintains that the best method to counseling is one that is beyond any one single system. Many scholars have expressed an increasing dissatisfaction with such a methodology. Although these critiques of Achenbach are helpful, I argue that they do not capture the real problem with his counseling method. After I discuss this additional difficulty, I conclude that it is beyond all dispute that the methods of philosophical counseling should be advanced along different lines.
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