Western/World Philosophies with History and Systems of Psychology

School of Professional Psychology and Health ITP 7184 3.00

This course is designed to situate the fields of integral and transpersonal psychologies in global and historical context. The student will be invited to consider how the history and systems of psychology have been shaped by the context of Western philosophy. The course will pose the question of how psychology might be transformed in the context of other world philosophies such as Advaita Vedanta, Integral Yoga, Buddhism, Shamanism, and integrative Western philosophies that attempt to reflect values of interconnectedness. The course also introduces embodiment practices for use in the scholarly context. Priority to ITP students

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