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Assorted Writings & Deliveries of Jim Klee
Described by Mike Arons as “a great man with a great heart and a great mind,” the late Dr. James B. Klee worked with Maslow at Brandeis in the 1960's and joined the West Georgia family in 1971, staying on until his retirement in 1987. His work explored the territory between categories by navigating his sailship of vision along the boundaries of words, concepts, and spheres of inquiry, between existing thoughts and disciplines, in a quest for openings to oceans of potential insight. In the interstices - in the ‘in between’ - he found a consciousness-expanding nexus of dimensionality and unity that reveals points of continuity among seemingly unrelated understandings. For Jim, the continuity was recognized in the discontinuity, the paradoxical, the ironic, the symbolic.
Assorted Writings & Deliveries of Mike Arons
"If Reader's Digest ever asks me for an article on 'The Most Unforgettable Character I Ever Met,' my choice would be easy. I think everyone who knows Mike Arons well would choose him without a second thought. Mike is Socrates and Zorba, Apollo and Dionysus, an elf and a wizard. He is ever-ready to encounter life, to embrace alterity, replete with dialectical contradictories, available to every possibility, every nuance. Where others would meet with disaster, Mike's openness discloses unforeseen opportunity." - Chris Aanstoos
The Intuitive Experience
In the Spring of 1990, thirteen graduate psychology students at West Georgia came together to define and explore the parameters of intuition. After ten weeks of incubation and dialogue, we produced this story in an attempt to creatively report on our investigation.
Reflections on a Seminar in Madness
by Wally Stein, 1976
If McLuhan is Serious, Anthropology Isn't: The Question of Unexamined Worldview
Essay and annotated bibliography by Albert Michael Weber, 1968
The Psi Field
by Bill Roll, 1964