And Yet it Moves! A Reply to 'Rectifying Misconception: A Comprehensive Response to Gardner, Moore, and Marks Comments on 'Some Concerns About the Psychological Implications of Mindfulness: A Critical Analysis' '


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In this brief article I reply to Gardner et al. (J Ration Emot Cogn Behav Ther. doi:10.1007/s10942-014-0196-1, 2014)'s comments to my previous article titled "Some concerns about the psychological implications of mindfulness. A critical analysis" (David, in J Ration Emot Cogn Behav Ther. doi:10.1007/s10942-014-0198-z, 2014). While initially-humorously and for the sake of debate-adopting an attitude towards mindfulness based on a modified version of Galileo's Abjuration, I then critically argued that Gardner et al.'s criticism is focused on a priori defending a construct and its associated practices that, by the very nature of empirically supported constructs/interventions, are not perfect (i.e., panacea), but subject to clarifications, limitations, and improvements.
机译:在这篇简短的文章中,我回复了Gardner等人。 (J Ration Emot Cogn Behav Ther。doi:10.1007 / s10942-014-0196-1,2014)对我上一篇文章“对正念的心理影响的某些担忧。批判性分析”的评论(David,J Ration Emot Cogn Behav Ther。doi:10.1007 / s10942-014-0198-z,2014)。虽然最初是出于幽默并出于辩论目的,但在修改版《伽利略的休假》的基础上采取了对正念的态度,但随后我批评说,加德纳等人的批评集中在先验地捍卫构架及其相关实践,凭经验支持的构造/干预的本质,它并不是完美的(即万能药),但有待澄清,限制和改进。



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