Rejoinder to Guterman, Martin, and Kopp


concerning this article should be addressed to James T. Hansen, Department of Counseling, Oakland University, 450E Pawley Hall, Rochester, MI 48309 (e-mail:


In their reply to the author's keystone article (Hansen, 2012), Guterman, Martin, and Kopp (2012) charge that the author's integrative framework was not sufficiently integrative. They also argue that his proposal results in logical contradictions and the mind–body problem. The author responds by noting that his proposal fully integrates the humanities and science and that the philosophical problems that Guterman et al. cite are not relevant to his integrative framework.