Re: PCP and training with groups

manfred m straehle student of epistemology (
Fri, 27 Nov 1998 02:08:39 -0800

Did you read Neimeyers edited casebook on pcp; there is a chapter dedicated
to groups and pcp. Don't have reference on me but its a start.

At 08:08 PM 11/26/98 +0100, you wrote:
>IŽd like to get in contact with somebody who has experiences with pcp in
>Thank you.
>Best wishes
>Thomas Grunau
>Polizeifortbildungsinstitut Muenster
>Aussenstelle Essen
>Dez. FB 2.4
>Norbertstr. 165
>D 45133 Essen

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ideas the same clear and precise distinctions, and the same break in
continuity, as between material objects."

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