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Chiara Lubich Reformulated for Public Libraries

“And the answer to the learning vocation is above all an act of brotherhood. Indeed, one does not enter this field only to solve a problem, but if it acts on behalf of the interest of the community, wishing her … Continue reading

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Reduced Bateson Set II. Set up; Participant-Dependence

Consider a thought problem about human whistling. You are placed in the role of observer. Presented to you is a person who will whistle Mary Had A Little Lamb. Your direction for the exercise is to describe the act of … Continue reading

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