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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.} ========================================================== %MEETING APPARENT INTELLIGENT SINCERITY TEACHER EGO+020825 %PROFESSOR SCHOOL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY CONTEND THINGS+020825 %NON-OBJECTIVE REFLEXIVE EMOTIONS DESIRES HOPES GOD+020825 %ASPIRATIONS FEARS NOT REALITY SIGNIFICANCE MEANING+020825 %IMPLICATION BEHAVIORAL MEANING TRUST DISEASED EVIL+020825 %GOOD PASSION COMMUNICATE DIALOGUE ALIENATE STRANGE 020825 Suppose we were to meet a person of apparent intelligence and sincerity; a teacher or professor in a school, college or university --- who states that non- objective and reflexive "things" like: emotions, desires, hopes, aspirations and fears are "NOT REAL". How are we to understand the significance of that statement if it is defended forcefully and with passion? 1. Ask what the person really means by "NOT REAL"? 2. Ask what "NOT REAL" implies in behavioral terms? 3. Ask if such "things" should not be considered? 4. Ask if statements about such "things" really mean anything? If so, what do they mean? 5. Ask if the person we met is worthy of trust? 6. Ask if the person we met is mentally diseased? 7. Ask if the person we met feels any emotions? 8. Ask if the person we met has any desires/fears? 9. Ask if the person we met has any hopes or aspirations? 10. Ask if it is possible to communicate with the person whom we met? (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================