Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis 1:77-100 (2001)
AbstractThis essay is divided into three uneven sections. The Prologue gently introduces you to a particular problem, the problem of reading non-doctrinally. The second section of the article, the Dialogue, is the main challenge. I understand something, a seemingly rather insignificant thing, and I think it important that you reach towards that understanding, or something equivalent. The Epilogue is an effort to point you towards a broader perspective on the challenge of Part Two, and an effort to open up the meaning of underminded
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