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Insistence upon avoiding error instead of attaining power tends also to interruption of continuous discourse and thought. Children who begin with something to say and with intellectual eagerness to say it are sometimes made so conscious of minor errors in substance and form that the energy that should go into constructive thinking is diverted into anxiety not to make mistakes, and even, in extreme cases, into passive quiescence as the best method of minimizing error.
Dear Mister Essay Writer Guy: Advice and Confessions on Writing, Love, and Cannibals by Dinty W. Moore
Finely crafted short essays masquerading as self-effacing jokes about writers and writing, in q&a form.
Dinty W. Moore (Between Panic and Desire), the editor of… 281 more words
Reuters reports great news from Saudi Arabia! In an effort to accommodate the realities of the 21st century, while preserving the demonic traditions of the last twenty, the Saudi government has authorized executions by firing squad as an alternative to beheading. 358 more words