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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.} ========================================================== %ASSERTION DECLARATION DECLARATIVE STATEMENT SCRIPT 070116 %EXISTENTIAL EXPERIENCE AUTHORITATIVE REPORT STORY 070116 %SEEN HEARD FELT TASTED SMELLED TOUCHED HUGGED JOYS 070116 %REMEMBERED RETROSPECTIVE PERCEPTION DISCERNED HOPE 070116 %MEANINGS SIGNIFICANCE ASPIRE ESSENTIAL FOUNDATIONS 070116 When we make declarative statements they may be of various recognizable kinds: 1. Current primary reports of personal experiences of what is being: seen, heard, felt, tasted or smelled. 2. Retrospective primary reports of personal experiences of what is was seen, heard, felt, tasted or smelled --- in the past --- based on fading memories of the details thereof. 3. Current perceptions/views of the meaning and/or significance of such primary reports pointed to just above --- current and/or retrospective in terms of fading memories of the details thereof. 4. Current and/or retrospective reports of what others have said for themselves in any of the above ways. 5. Personal statements of generalizations and/or interpretations offered by-self regarding a collection of the previous kinds of reports --- pointed to above. 6. Disciplined formal professional statements of formal descriptive: generalizations, laws, hypotheses, and confirmed theories --- carefully based upon empirical observations and reports made by-self and/or by others engaged in formal scientific research which is refereed. 7. Casual statements of impressions, opinions, beliefs, hunches, intuitions, convictions, etc. in the absence of disciplined, intentional and or formal consideration of substantiated empirical evidence. These may pertain to political, religious, spiritual, reflexive, and other kinds of informal considerations and/or experiences --- in the absence of any formal scholarly discipline and/or dialogue among diverse people. 8. Reflexive-Statements indicating directly and/or indirectly self's and/or other' perceived: emotions, intentions, expectations, desires, visions, dreams, hopes, aspirations, fears, anxieties, etc. In the absence of any careful distinctions being made about what kinds of statements, affirmations, and considerations are under discussion --- there can be great confusion, contentiousness and conflict about the meanings and implications of them all. Be Graciously-Together in the Many-Ways-of-Shalom. (c) 2006 by Paul A. Smith in "Search for Honesty and Integrity" (On Being Yourself Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================