Pierre Grimes (born 1925) is an American philosopher. He is a lecturer at the Noetic Society (founded in 1967), which is a philosophical research society dedicated to the study of the mind by means of Socratic method.
He has delivered hundreds of lectures on Greek philosophy many of which are available freely online. His philosophical contributions are primarily in the philosophy of religion and the study of dreams. He aroused much discussion with his work Philosophical Midwifery: Philosophical Midwifery: A New Paradigm for Understanding Human Problems with Its Validation, published in 1998, which analyzed the role of dreams, Socratic Midwifery and self-reflection in the development of human personalities. He is the founder of the philosophical midwifery movement, which is an adaption of Socratic midwifery, and is a mode of philosophical counseling.
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