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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.} ========================================================== %STRUCTURE PARADIGM CHANGE REVOLUTION SCIENCE LOVE+931220 %EVOLUTION RANDOM BIRTH DEATH CONVINCE CONTROL TALK+931220 %TEACH PROFESS LECTURE PREACH SCOLD PUNISH STUDENT+931220 %MORAL CODE LEGAL PROHIBIT VIOLATE CONFLICT SEXUAL 931220 It may be helpful to imagine, name, describe and talk about the variety of ways in which major revolutions and evolutions in human paradigms may come about. 1. At the genetic level in the evolution of the genetic codes of successive generations of humans--- leading to the births of people who are programmed to feel, think, and act in fundamentally different ways than their parents. 2. At the genetic level during the lifetimes of particular individuals random changes, mutations and combinations may bring about the existence of genetic codes which are expressed as major changes in the paradigms of the individuals during their lifetimes. 3. At the level of existential encoding due to early experiences in the womb, in infancy and in childhood. What is learned very early is often quite enduring if not permanent. What one child learns early may be quite different from what the child's parents learned early and may lead to revolutionary differences in the child's paradigm compared to the parents' paradigms. 4. Through the deaths of the individuals who embody a paradigm an old paradigm may literally die away--- unless the old paradigm is somehow passed on through existential encoding to members of the succeeding generation. 5. Through accidental juxtapositions of elements of old paradigms new revolutionary paradigms may be born in the existential experiences, thoughts, attitudes and behaviors of the children of the new generation. 6. The contrasts between traditional expectations and existential experiences may lead members of the new generation to draw conclusions which contrast greatly with the conclusions which were embedded in the old generation; and thus a major revolution in paradigm may evolve. 7. Group discussions and deliberations may lead to conclusions that an old paradigm is dysfunctional and through group initiatives changes may evolve in the paradigm which is embedded in the group. 8. Conclusions arrived at individually by members of one generation may be passed on to the next generation through preaching, lecturing and scolding of the members of the next generation. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================