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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.} ========================================================== %SIGNS POINT SYMBOLIZE DYSFUNCTIONAL TECH PARADIGM+931125 %ADDICT CODEPEND EXCLUSIVE OBJECT PERSON REFLEXIVE+931125 %SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION TECHNOCRAT CONFLICT RESOLVE 931125 There are many signs which point to and symbolize the dysfuncationality of modern dominant paradigms: 1. The increasing alienation between the paradigm leaders and the vast majority of the taxpayers who support them in their technical efforts. 2. The inability of paradigm leaders to be emotionally open and honest with the most healthy and whole people whom they admire and respect. 3. The high level of sexual discrimination which dominates and undermines the personal relationships among the paradigm leaders. 4. The large amount of creative effort, resources, and imagination which paradigm leaders have put into laying the foundations for and creating weapons of mass destruction. 5. The slowness with which paradigm leaders are in wisely coming to terms with exponential growth in: human populations, technical knowledge, publications, resource depletion, garbage, pollution, alienation and violence. 6. The perpetual nature of the "crisis" in technical education in spite of the many efforts of paradigm leaders to end the crisis. 7. The inability of paradigm leaders to deal openly and honestly with the limitations of their paradigm. 8. The inability of paradigm leaders to distinguish clearly and wisely between objective technical problems which they can solve; and all the reflexive dilemmas for which there can be no technical solutions. 9. The failure of paradigm leaders to respond openly, honestly and wisely to their addictions and the patterns of codependent support of their addictions. 10. The failure of paradigm leaders to articulate their ideals, values, goals, priorities, and desires overtly, honestly, clearly and explicitly as reflexive realities which are not objective in nature. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================