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Topic: Re:Re:How do I become a sociopath?
Posted by: J Rose
Date/Time: 12/08/2002 04:21:03

I think I understand your point, Constance. At least, I share a similar observation as to the nature of internal kinesthetics and their participation in exercising of 'choice'. 

But, as I see it, as long as we view kinesthetics through a mechanized (or hidden mechanization through 'systemized') set of filters, we will have to assume that any old feeling is open to change as long as a useful installation is performed.  In reality, I've only experienced the limitations of such an extreme view, but I am curious to know of counterexamples as well. 



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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Origins: Castaneda09/08/2002 00:09:27lager
     Re:Origins: Castaneda09/08/2002 00:37:46John Grinder
          How do I become a sociopath?09/08/2002 23:54:19Lager
               Re:How do I become a sociopath?10/08/2002 02:06:33The Programmed
                    Re:Re:How do I become a sociopath?12/08/2002 04:21:03J Rose
          ReReReRe:Re:Origins: Castaneda10/08/2002 04:26:12kc
               Re:ReReReRe:Re:Origins: Castaneda15/08/2002 17:06:10John Grinder
                    ReRe:Re:ReReReRe:Re:Origins: Castaneda16/08/2002 02:07:07kc
     Re:Origins: Castaneda01/06/2004 11:02:13e_lie
          Re:Re:Origins: Castaneda01/06/2004 18:58:53lager

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