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experiential

Philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical
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He argues that such naturalism cannot be justified experientially, logically, or scientifically and that there is no good reason to believe it.
Asheville, NC Zen Meitation and the Mental Health Professional: Windhorse Zen Community is offering this one or two-day, experientially based workshop.
Parallel process is one of the basic elements of training staff experientially and is as simple as modeling behavior, or in this case the facilitation techniques that you want staff to utilize with campers (Ditter, 1995).
Several activities have also been suggested for experientially increasing awareness and allowing for discussion afterward.
We middle-class North American Christians might give lip service to these sayings of Jesus, but we do not often risk them experientially, largely because we trust the securities of this life far more than the vision of God's future for us and the world.
The development of cohesiveness and self esteem in an experientially oriented training group.
But in the Jewish home where Sabbath is observed by cleaning one's home beforehand, we have again klei kodesh, holy vessels that create and point to the Sabbath, tangibly, experientially, and sensuously.
As long as laws require students to walk in the schoolhouse door to be educated academically, they can be required to walk out the door to be educated experientially.
In her drawing workshops for adults, Austen created a setting that experientially revealed the absurdity of using fear-provoking techniques in activities that require creativity and spontaneity.
The College of Global Studies (formerly Arcadia's Center for Education Abroad)--a college known internationally for academically sound and experientially rich study abroad programs and a wide range of academic programs, including study at top universities and in Arcadia study and research centers around the world, academic certificate programs, a co-curricular learning program and certificate, international internships, faculty and student exchanges, research programs, and service learning projects--with more than 100 programs in 14 countries.

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