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The Society of Humanistic Psychology 17th Annual Conference

How can humanistic psychology actualize itself today to meet the needs of a fast-paced, distracted, survival-focused, experientially-avoidant, interpersonally-isolated, rating- and metric-centered, systems-blind, toxically-masculine, xenophobic, inequitized, traumatized, polarized, technocratic, post-truth, post-pandemic society-in-transition? Paradoxically, to accomplish that undertaking, “Old Saybrook 3” also celebrates the wisdom of our elders and reminds us not to turn a blind eye to their rich and enriching intellectual and experiential contributions. How might we demonstrate that humanistic psychology is, far from being a mere historical relic, well-equipped in its core values and theory/philosophy, pluralistic methods, and robust, decades-long canon of research/scholarship to resonate with the 2020s zeitgeist? And, with that, what can we do to promote an I-Thou way of being in an increasingly I-It world?

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Recommended Event: The Global Existential Summit #3 Online Jan 1–5, 2024

For the 3rd year in a row, Dr Natalie Fraser has collected a group of 21 existential thinkers, including EHI’s Kirk Schneider and EHNW”s Bob Edelstein together with many more contemporary leading voices of the global Existential movement. To quote her: “The summit aims to explore hope and inspiration for living a more meaningful life. It is time for an era of inclusivity, love, and respect. Together, we can make this happen.” Many wholeheartedly agree with her – it is a time for inclusivity, love, and respect.

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2nd International Existential Scholars Presentation Announced

Both Lu Xun and Rollo May are existential thinkers as well as existential literacy figures. They both use metaphors to reflect on human existence. With Lu Xun’s reflection on the Chinese psyche or even the Chinese nation as a whole, he advocates for the destruction of the Iron House to set people free to live as individual humans with respect and dignity. Rollo May, in addressing the perspective of an individual being persecuted by an alienating power, touches on a related fundamental theme of humanity. 

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EHI at Existential World Congress

EHI Board members and students met up with colleagues in Athens, Greece for the 2023 Existential World Congress for 4 days of presentations, symposiums, workshops and Keynotes! Presentations by EHI

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