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And I mean every last round bit of it.

(Gaston Bachelard, the phenomenology roundness; in: Poetics of Space) I should like to give an example of an image that is outside all realistic meaning, either psychological or psychoanalyti­cal. Without preparing us, precisely as regards the absolute nature of the … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Accountability

“He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” Benjamin Franklin

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Teaching Cartoon: Go With What You Know

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Teaching Cartoon: Anachronism

version. original: The Pleasantries of the Incredible Mulla Nasrudin

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Teaching Cartoon: Living At Home

It could be worse.

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Teaching Cartoon: What happened next?

Idries Shah is the source for the dialog (and exposition) in this comic, but it was necessary to shift the subject matter a bit to repurpose its ‘learning function’ and attach it to a contemporary situation. The reader likely will … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Secret of a Long Life

In fact, it is only recently that most people survive long enough to encounter the unique maladies that “show up” in the territory of the long-lived. The Evolution of Human Longevity from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages: An Analysis … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon – Reverse Psychology

    At the turning of a flower His disguise was exposed. No one in heaven or earth can surpass Maha-Kashapa’s wrinkled face. via Zen Koan Generator commentary: When Buddha was in Grdhrakuta mountain he turned a flower in his … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Now You See It

…now you don’t.

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