Subjects Discussed: * Eric's background as a classical pianist * Starting with movement therapy: the "Feldenkrais Method" * Moving to the Dalcroze Eurhythmics * Discoveries about music and movement * Teaching children about music and movement * On learning and music * Activities at home and in the classroom * Adults using these techniques * Training horses and communicating with others * Teaching developmentally disabled kids * The problem with behavioral therapy * Teaching well-off versus poor kids * Noisy environments * Eric's plans in graduate school and beyond.
Question: What's the proper distinction between philosophy and psychology? Given that psychology concerns the mind, I don't see how to clearly distinguish it from philosophy. For example, when would emotions be a philosophic concern versus a psychological concern? In other words, where is the dividing line between philosophy and psychology? Can they be separated?