Posts tagged with the category Roger Cunningham
Seeking Alan Watts
The following is a (true) tall tale for existential-humanistic researchers demonstrating that not all research has to be tedious.
When I first enrolled in the Alan Watts course at Saybrook University, I wasn’t too impressed by Watts. I thought he was sort of a pompous Brit lording it over the colonies—he even admitted he used a walking...
The Existential Proof Is in the Opera
Last spring, I heard a reading of the opera Steal a Pencil for Me at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. The opera, composed by Dr. Gerald Cohen, with a libretto by Deborah Brevoort, is based on the book and memoirs, Steal a Pencil for Me, by Jack (Jaap) Polak and Ina Soep Polak.
I had originally met Jack and Ina in 2004 at another...
How Do I Grade This?
This is an appeal to all those psychometricians who ramble through the forest of A, B, C, D, E, All of the Above, None of the Above—all those who worship at the hem of Bloom’s Taxonomy, how can you best score the following test?
It may seem strange that a Humanist/Existentialist would find an assessment from the behaviorist B. F....