No Missing Links And Other Essays

5 essays celebrating complexity and the connective principle:
“Gandhi Remix” reformulates Gandhi’s Seven Social Sins
“Small Change” puts the health care reform into perspective
“Too Many Notes” is a short essay on concision
“Constructive Universalism” compares this Uruguayan art theory to Ayn Rand’s "objectivism"
“No Missing Links” unveils the illusion of separation

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Published: Oct. 15, 2010
Words: 15,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452374192
About Julie R Butler

I am child of Colorful Colorado and a citizen of the world.

I am always searching for truths that we can all live by, which celebrate diversity, respect individuality, and promote real democracy.

I love to play with language, images, and ideas.

I believe that knowledge does set us free, and that the manipulation of knowledge and fear is a large part of what has held humanity back from solving problems that are enormous, but not unsolvable through patient perseverent progress.

I see the universe as infinitely interconnected, incomprehensibly complex, but not in and of itself incomprehensible.

I am currently living with my wonderful, funny, wickedly-smart and dashingly handsome husband, Jamie, in a quaint beach town in Rocha, Uruguay.

My essays and the occasional poem can be found at the following locations:

The philosophy anthology, "What Do You Believe?" (edited by Derek Beres Brooklyn, NY: Outside the Box Publishing, 2009).

"Connectively Speaking"
(http://connectivelyspeaking.blogspot.com), my current social issues blog.

"we fear what we don't understand" (http://julierbutler.blogspot.com), my socio-political blog.

"Because The World Is Round..." (http://thebecausetheworldisroundblog.blogspot.com), my blog about my life and travels in South America.

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