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The Significance of E. Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Implicit for Learning a Foreign Language

A Theoretical and Practical Investigation

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Forschungsprojekt The Significance of E. Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Implicit for Learning a Foreign Language - A Theoretical and Practical Investigation 
Leitung Dr. Theresa M. Scanlon 
Fakultät Fakultät für Informations- und Kommunikationswissenschaften  
Institut Institut für Translation und Mehrsprachige Kommunikation 
Abstract This work critically assesses the importance of E.Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Implicit for language, and examines both theoretically and practically possibilities for its application in the contexts of learning and using foreign language. The research includes applying tools specifically designed to help the language learner find their own authentic voice in English as a foreign language and collating empirical evidence on their experience. It also considers the Philosophy’s relevance for the translator and interpreter and how they can be taught to consciously tap into embodied knowledge and its implicit preciseness. 
Fachliche Anbindung Fremdsprachendidaktik (Englisch), Kognitionswissenschaft, Philosophie 
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