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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.} ========================================================== %QUESTIONS ASSUMPTIONS REVOLUTION SALVATION EVIL 890125 How shall we respond to the dilemmas posed by our taboos and collusions which function to repress our reflexive considerations of the inadequacies of our conceptions of what we should do? How are we to escape from the prisons we have created by our attempts to be perfectly objective and free of bias by avoiding reflexive considerations of the inadequacies of our technical responses to reflexive dilemmas? How are we to learn from the consequences of our misleading assumptions regarding the propriety of reflexive consideration of the consequences of our decisions and actions as non-objective behaviors? Where can we turn to discover and give credit to role models of integrative behavior in the face of taboos, collusions, addictive and codependent behavior which function to repress creative perceptions and the inadequacies of technical responses to non-technical dilemmas and predicaments? How are integrative role models to be affirmed in ways which transcend the disintegrative efforts of technocrats to discredit them? What examples may encourage fearful people to respect integrative role models as offering leadership through which we may transcend the limitations of our addiction to technocratic ways of avoiding reflection upon our dilemmas? How are we to control the disintegrative consequences of the feed-back loops which operate when we try as addicts to control reflexive behavior which might expose the disintegrative consequences of our collusive taboos and codependent behaviors? How can we promote integrative responses to creative questioning of conventional expectations regarding technocratic proprieties which repress reflection upon the inadequacies of technocratic values and ideals? (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================