I found this book in the public library (in France), recommended by the librarian:
Though he wrote in 1917, several pages struck me as
still relevant today:
P. 34 (Aesop’s fable),
P. 35 (understand to convince),
P. 38 (Feel, Think and Imagine),
P: 55 (indifference discourages great projects),
P. 196 (how WWI -> feeling in addition to abstract thought),
P. 204 Does forgetting words -> forgetting events?
From pages 110-112, Gramsci praises a novel by H. G.
Wells, and from that, I take heart. Despite my use of
Gramsci’s work in my thesis and in my personal life, while I
was reading this book, I found myself wondering how I could
learn to inspire people to help others reach their full
potential, rather than rail against those who harm others.
8.8.12015 /Human Era
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2.) Research the possible causes.
3.) Share those possibilities with us.
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