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A Reply to Burl Hall's Nostalgic Article "Can a Verb Based Language Bring Peace to the Planet?"

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Finally, the time has come for me to round off this essay.

Among other things, Burl Hall says, "When writing, I am Eve in the Garden."

But he also mentions Rob Kall.

So is Rob Kall the talking serpent talking to Eve/Burl Hall?

As Rob Kall knows, Albert Ellis alerted us to watch out for possibly using conceptual constructs to trigger catastrophizing reactions in ourselves.

But progressives and liberals should try to avoid catastrophizing reactions and try to be as clear-sighted as they can be.

In my estimate, Burl Hall's article is not clear-sighted.

(Article changed on April 5, 2015 at 13:37)

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