|Series||National Conference of Christians and Jews. Intergroup education pamphlet -- [no. 4], Intergroup education pamphlets -- no. 4.|
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Search books and authors. Published: 20 September ISBN: Imprint: MIT Press Format: Paperback Pages: RRP: $ Categories. Populist turbulence, viral panics, experts under attack: instinct and emotion have overtaken facts and reason in the digital age – can feelings now propel us into a better future? A gunman kills four people at a Planned Parenthood clinic, and many are sure he is a pro-life zealot propelled by conservative attacks on the organization - even before we know his name, mental health status, or motive. Some things you just know in your gut. But feelings are not facts, and when we confuse them, we get sloppy thinking at best and dangerous action at worst. If you're interested in difficult childhoods, sexual misadventures, aesthetics, cultural history, and the reasons that a club sandwich and other meals—including breakfast—have remained in the memory of the present writer, keep reading.—from Feelings Are FactsIn this memoir, dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker Yvonne Rainer traces her.
How we arrived in a post-truth era, when “alternative facts” replace actual facts, and feelings have more weight than evidence. Are we living in a post-truth world, where “alternative facts” replace actual facts and feelings have more weight than evidence? How did we get here? In this volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series, Lee McIntyre traces the development of the post. ‘Post-truth’ is the word of the year: Feelings have replaced facts. Truth must govern our emotions, not the other way around. Wed - pm EST. Feelings Are Facts (the title comes from a dictum by Rainer's one-time psychotherapist) uses diary entries, letters, program notes, excerpts from film scripts, snapshots, and film-frame enlargements to present a vivid portrait of an extraordinary artist and woman in postwar by: Facts, faith, feelings. As a young man studying for ministry I was taught that was the proper sequence to follow in our walk with God. There are facts to be believed. There are commands to be obeyed by faith. And then there are feelings to be experienced as a result. That was the three-step progression of .