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Philosophical encounter is a practice of philosophical counseling. It isn’t a completely defined term. It’s an idea that signifies meaningful and productive conversation with someone you never met before. This practice could result in replacing old beliefs of client with trending thoughts. It also helps to erase the feelings that don’t serve anymore. It is a journey of a philosopher into a client’s world. It is a method to remove the blocks in clients’ minds that often take away the capabilities of free thoughts and expressions. Philosophical encounter is a part of practical philosophy which helps to deal with the unexpected problems of the client. According to philosopher and counselor Leon De Haas, there are three methods in the practice of philosophy- 1. Imposing philosophical themes and concepts on someone else. 2. Extracting concepts from someone’s narratives. 3. Exploring someone’s experiences. Most of the philosophers will use the methods of…

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