Sheldon Kopp – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sheldon Kopp – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  Am re-reading this lovely psychotherapist’s third book ‘The Hanged Man’, and finding it more cheering and comforting than had remembered.  It was his second book, If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him, that started me thinking about stories and selfhood.  He’s a great storyteller, bringing so many lives to light with appropriately illustrative stories.


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person thinking about life as a series of encounters between expectations and experiences, and applying ideas to ecology, ethics, epistemology, and education in various environments
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