“As soon as you have made a thought, laugh at it.”
- Lao Tzu
If time permits, this may become a blog. In the meanwhile, feel free to leave any comments here.
Hi, stumbled across your review of Nudge on Amazon, which lead me to this page. Read your “Commitments” section. Thanks for the inspiration
After our group work on the UIC Global Campus course, I returned to the bios. I especially liked the quote of Eddington on knowing ‘one and one.’ It reminds me of the Gestalt principal that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Your apreciation of Robbins point of pushing things to the realm of magic is very impressive to me also. I have taken up magic as a hobby. What has proven so facinating is not that I can do magic that blurs the boundaries of credability, but how people react to it. How it reminds them to appreciate the mystery, or sometimes how frustrated they become as they discover that there is knowledge outside of their ken..
I know this may sound ridiculous but there is an older Alan Schwartz (originally from NY) who is a lawyer in the Southern California area who is a family relative. Are you any relation to him?
Heya, Stan. No relation, I’m afraid.
Hey Alan this is Steve (from RICIS). Long time no talk, just stumbled on your blog, saying hi. Very cool layout, I like it
Hi, Steve. Glad you like it. Cheers.
Hello Alan, I like your blog, its beautifully designed and inspiring too.
Thanks very much! I can’t take credit for the overall design, but I did pick out the photos.
The blog is simply superb and its so attractive.
Thanks very much, Krishna. Hope you’re doing well.
Hey there! I am a fan not only of your academic work, but also of your DuneMUSH! What a coincidence!
Thanks, Robert! Great to hear from you.
Hi Prof. Schwarz, I was wondering if there’s a newer version available of the Master Metaphor List here:
which “represents perhaps 20 percent (a very rough estimate) of the material we have that needs to be compiled”. Thanks,
I’m not aware of a newer version; George Lakoff at Berkeley may have one. A more recent, and potentially relevant project, might also be FrameNet: http://framenet2.icsi.berkeley.edu/index.php
Thank you very much Prof. Schwartz!! I have found your work in the metaphor list truly fascinating, (although it’s not my own field).
I’d personally also like to state that most individuals that find themselves with no health insurance usually are students, self-employed and those that are not working. More than half on the uninsured are really under the age of 35. They do not sense they are wanting health insurance as they are young and also healthy. Its income is normally spent on housing, food, as well as entertainment. Many individuals that do work either complete or part-time are not provided insurance by way of their work so they proceed without owing to the rising cost of health insurance in the states. Thanks for the concepts you discuss through this blog.
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