Recordings from last January’s conference Rethinking Existentialism in Psychotherapy are now available on the project YouTube channel.
There are audio recordings of the talks by Eva Koumpli on psychodrama, Rebecca Pitt on play, and Katherine Morris and Miles Clapham on the lived body, along with a film of the talk by Lennox Thomas on legacies of colonialism.
The sixth film of the project, a talk explaining my interpretation of Sartre’s play Huis Clos (aka No Exit or In Camera) is now available on the project YouTube playlist.
The project YouTube playlist now has these five films on it …
1. What Is Existentialism?
2. Why Camus Is Not An Existentialist
3. Freedom and the Structure of Experience
4. Two Varieties of Existentialism
5. Existentialism and Psychoanalysis
They’re around 20-25 minutes long each and summarise the first five chapters of the book. They’re posted with a Creative Commons license, so feel free to share them!
The first of the project’s YouTube films is now available at http://bit.ly/RethinkExistentYouTube
It is based on chapter 1 and forms an introduction to the series of films. It is 20 minutes long and free to use under a Creative Commons license.
The draft of chapter 1 available from the website has also been updated, to reflect progress on the book so far: http://bit.ly/rethinkchapters