with Michael Noah Weiss
Recorded at former home of Sigmund Freud / Wien in 2018
Interview with: a.o. Prof. Dr. phil. Michael Noah Weiss
Indeed, we need only look at what we do from morning to night to see that we are continually making experiences, whether it is driving a car, mowing the lawn, cooking, eating or working. Even when we sleep we collect dream experiences.
If we then set out to find out how we might use this life experience to develop a mature disposition, we’ll see that—Plato and Socrates already knew this—no one can teach us this: we must all learn it on our own.
This is where I think that the Trilogos method is on the mark when it comes to offering an educational path. Its focus is not on teaching but rather on accompanying and assisting people in learning ABOUT and THROUGH themselves.
As part of this process, I may ask myself: What possibilities are my life experiences, including minor or trivial everyday experiences, offering me to get to know myself better?
For me, the TRILOGOS®Method essentially is, or rather follows, an educational approach. In that sense it promotes experience-based learning.
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