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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %REFLEXIVE CRITERIA JUDGMENTS 870905 It is a reflexive action to adopt and use criteria for judgments which reflect back upon self. All self-regulatory systems operate in terms of reflexive criteria. Automatons which are not free to choose their own reflexive criteria have such criteria programmed into them by outside agents. Creatures which are free to choose their own reflexive criteria by their reflexive behaviors internalize reflexive criteria in terms of which they engage in further reflexive behavior which entails the choice of further reflexive criteria. Free creatures are creatures that engage in the development of an integrated system of reflexive criteria in terms of which to cope successfully in their environment. Some scientists pretend that they do not engage in reflexive behavior. They are not free creatures. They are driven by reflexive criteria which they have not openly, honestly and freely chosen. They are driven by a collusion which demands of them that they deny the reality of their reflexive behavior and reflexive criteria. They are imprisoned by their self deceptions which flow from their disintegrative reflexive criteria which they did not freely choose; criteria which were injected into them in secret collusive ways by others who were not free creatures. Creatures that are not free to reflexively appraise their own behavior and its consequences can not behave wisely. They are doomed to repeat mistakes for lack of a clear understanding of the relationships between causes and consequences in the instance of their own behaviors. Wisdom involves reflexive behavior. One cannot be objectively wise without reflexive behavior which is non- objective. Reflexive behavior can not be objective behavior to the actor or to concerned spectators for whom the behavior has significant symbolic meaning. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================