I know, it’s fashionable for the newspapers to say I never went to college, and there are several colleges at this particular time that are wishing that I hadn’t gone there. But I can also assure you that you give them another decade or so, those colleges I haven’t even done more than go to […]
Well, oddly enough the bank wasn’t laid in in English. I don’t know if that ever occurred to you or not, but you haven’t been speaking English very long. And what you are doing is approximating in English just thetan – thought concept which exists without semantics. So much for Hayakawa and Korzybski. Semantics isn’t […]
“Well,” they said, “seeing you’re just using some offhanded trickery or … It’s your writing background showing up, you know, just using semantic trickery, or . . . “ Hubbard, L. R. (1962, 11 October). 3GA Goals Finding, Part 1. Saint Hill Special Briefing Course, (6210C11A). Lecture conducted from East Grinstead, Sussex.
You’d said, “Since you have been living with X, is there anything that you have failed to reveal?” No reaction. But, “Since you have been living with X, is there anything X didn’t know about?” Oh, man! Volcanic action. See, but on the same question, is there–”Since you’ve been living with X, is there anything […]
Now, Aristotle said that everything was black and white and nonAristotelian logic is the favorite logic of semantics and modern science. And of course, it insists that they’re fantastic numbers of shades of gray. And that there are no positives and no negatives. Well, that sounds to me like an awful big Goals Problem Mass1. […]
The principal achievement of Dianetics lies in its organization. Almost any of its parts can be found somewhere in history, even when they were independently evolved by the writer. There are no principal sources and where a practice or a principle is borrowed from some past school, the connection is usually accidental and does not […]