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GENERAL SEMANTICS AND AVOIDING INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS

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Hello REBT Mates.

I am sharing an excerpt from Mark Levinson’s  important  “Sensible Thinking for Turbulent Times.”  The complete book in paper and Kindle is available on Amazon.com . It is only $3.99 on Kindle for some reason.

This chapter serves two important functions.  First it provides a comprehensive “mini-history” of World War I.  If you have not studied this tragic convulsion of humanity for awhile, you may be amazed to discover or re-discover that this man-made catastrophe causing 17 MILLION deaths and 20 MILLION wounded was entirely unnecessary resulting from an almost comic chain of irrational decisions and events. You may also find that the parallels to the troubled times we live in now are striking in many ways.

The second part of the chapter provides suggestions based upon General Semantics (GS) on how to avoid international conflicts (which can also apply on the level of the organizational and the family as well.  

This is a little more scholarly than most of the content on  REBTinfo.com  but it is important, very important. If you are a serius student of REBT then you already know that Dr. Ellis was strongly influcnced by GS.  Knowing something about GS (particularly about the sub-sent of GS called “e-Prime“) will contribute to your growth as a student or as a professional, as it has mine. Enjoy and please share your thoughts.

 

Read the complete chapter here

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