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This is a poem about how societal "norms" seek to control us while casting out those of us who refuse to conform. Also guys, this is for a school project so any ratings and/or comments are greatly appreciated!
Non Being’s Positive Side Chap 6 Being What Is Not (I Self) While Not Being What Is (Me Self). What makes humans unique is that they have selves, an I-self and me-self. The origin of meaning can be traced to the intermingling of these selves in the I/me couplet. The…
August 18, 2009
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and since most of my writing revolves around one…