(NEW) Chi Sung Gi (South Korea)


Chi Sung Gi (South Korea) - Graduate student of the Department of Philosophy, Kangwon National University. He received a Master's degree from Andong National University in Korea under the subject of "A Study of the Ideas of shen(神) in the I Ching". He currently enrolled in the Ph.D program at Kangwon National University in Korea. He majors in Eastern Philosophy. He active as a member of the BK4 (Brain Korea 21) project and the P4C Philosophy Practice Education Research Team, Kangwon National University Philosophy Department.

A study on philosophical counseling techniques using "Book of Changes", zhòng tiān Qian, and 'yáo wèi theory' (Presentation) 

Presentation language: English

As a philosophical counseling technique, I will explain using the 'Hyowi-seol (theory on the place of 'Hyo') in "Book of Changes". As the philosophical counseling research methodology, I had the opportunity to look at Lou Marinov's 'PEACE' method, Kaihoff's HORIZONT method, and Kangwon University's Professor Kim Sun-hee's 'Perspective Counseling (RUSM)' method. In "Book of Changes" and 'Wang Pil Interpretation', 'Theory of Chwiui (theory of taking a will)', 'Theory of Ilhyo-oriented (theory that one hyo becomes the master)', 'Theory of filial piety (theory that filial piety changes)'. There are frameworks for interpretation such as 'enemy facility (theory that it is appropriate at the time)' and 'displacement theory (theory that the seat changes)'. Based on such a framework of interpretation by Wang Pil, he will present his research on the philosophical counseling technique by examining changes according to 'chance'.