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Two studies investigating irregularities and the emergence of new regularities in the structure of Romance verbal paradigms make extensive use of Romanian data: M. Paradigmatic variation in the verb stem is also the topic of L. Tasmowski and S. A number of items on comparative Romance syntax include a Romanian-Language. Dobrovie-Sorin and B. Corblin and L. Working in a Minimalist framework, G.

Alboiu, M. Barrie, and C. Also choosing a transformational approach, Y. Coene, and L. Linking syntax with suprasegmental phonology, G. Hoyt and A. At the interface of syntax and pragmatics, A. Archaisms and lexical items in the process of disappearing, on the other hand, are presented in Monica M. An abundance of books on etymology have appeared during the survey period.

Comparing lexico- Romanian-Language. The Dictionnaire des emprunts latins dans les langues romanes, ed. Muntenia DTRM , i. A—B, ed. What is the risk. It might be fun. For some people a smattering of astrology and an easy familiarity with zodiacal signs and the names and popular attributes of the planets can be fun — and interesting topic of conversation, even a good way to show off at a party and to impress chance acquaintances: "What is your sign?

It belongs to an insecure and restless society in which bored or anxious individuals rush around from one thing to another, from one cult or one guru to another, somehow hoping that a deep inner emptiness might be filled. Everything is exciting; and nothing is taken very seriously.

The end result is usually confusion. Other people become truly fascinated by astrology, perhaps because it seems to them an open door to a greater reality. You stand at the threshold and you try to discover what is the vast world of planets and constellations, what does it really mean, how it can best be explored, rendered familiar. Astrology is old; it has an aura of mystery. It apparently is based on something which groups of men on all continents have found essential.

One plays with its symbols, trying to make them fit everyday realities, to use them as lamps to light the way on repeated journeys into one's own depths — journey's toward one's real self, one's essential being. Besides does not astrology reveal to us what the members of our family, our associates and friends really are, underneath their everyday facades or their passing moods, in love or anger?

We so want to know how people tick! And knowledge is power; or so we think. Many games of one-up- manship can be played with astrology — not to mention even less kind possibilities. Many young people today study astrology — not too deeply perhaps — because some rather easy money can be made once they can calculate with fair proficiency the main data required for the erection of birth-charts and impress their friends with their interpretative ability.

In the process their everyday mind and language become filled with astrological terms. They become caught in a world of symbols. Any astrologer should be aware of the danger of "professionalism," as the professional tends to refer constantly everything in his or others' life to his specialty and to be so involved in the language he uses that his mind becomes set in that particular line of thinking.

It then loses the ability to see that astrology is only one approach to the solution of life-problems — one among many others. The deeper and more enlightened student or practitioner very often is a person who has come to astrology as the result of his eager search for a religious or philosophical interpretation of life which led him to the study of archaic or Oriental wisdom.

Finding that astrology has played such a capital role in ancient cultures and is still revered in Asiatic countries, he seeks to understand the basic reasons for such a universal use.

This leads him to the study of the works of contemporary thinkers who deal with astrology as a particularly significant and practical application of metaphysical concepts which have a far wider relevance than their use in astrology. A number of college-trained psychologists and even medical doctors are now studying or using astrology in order to able to approach their own professional problems in terms of a new dimension of existence — just as doctors today are studying the ancient Chinese method of acupuncture which also is the practical application of a basic life-philosophy: Taoism.

Then there are also men whose keen intellect, conditioned by strictly empirical and materialistic attitudes of modern science, felt urged to investigate astrology to prove its utter fallacy, yet who reluctantly came to recognize the validity of at least its main premises, and have cautiously endorsed some of its traditional findings. If these different ways which lead modern men and women to astrology have been mentioned here it is because so much depends on how astrology has been approached when the interested person begins to study and — often much too soon — to practice what he or she has learnt from textbooks or classes conducted perhaps by teachers who themselves have a very narrow and strictly technical understanding of what they teach.

Any teaching of astrology should start with the question: Why do you want to learn astrology? What do you expect it will bring you; and to what use are you planning to put your knowledge? The same questions should also come to mind of anyone asking astrological advice.

One of the real possibilities of psychological harm, or at least confusion, faced by anyone consulting an astrologer results from the enquirer's false expectations of what the astrologer can reveal to him. Many people expect that the professional astrologer they consult will be able to tell them exactly what will happen to them and how whatever type of activity they are engaged in will work out. Others expect neatly formulated solutions for their psychological problems, and possibly definite reassurance as to the validity of their ambitions, their marriage or their new love.

They expect from astrology what many young people are equally certain their guru can do for them — freeing them from anxiety, insecurity and doubts, and above all telling them precisely what to do and when to it.

This normally is too much to demand from astrology; even if in rare instances a wise and psychologically sensitive astrologer may show the way out of some obvious difficulty and indicate the best of several courses of action — or, what is easier, what the worse ones are.

In our democratic society which theoretically features the right and duty of the individual person to determine his own line of behavior and to choose freely his life-work the astrologer's task should be to throw light on the options confronting the individual, to present any life-situation in an objective and un-emotional manner and, if possible, in terms of what the situation means in a particular phase in the entire life-long development of the person.

Perhaps the astrologer's most important task is to give to past events and personal crises a new, more constructive meaning by carefully pointing out why and how they were necessary to the person's growth in character, strength and wisdom — thus, where they fit in the entire schedule of actualization of capacities and faculties which were only potential at birth.

To transform events — especially difficult and painful ones — into essential phases in the total process of "self-actualization" and fulfillment of destiny: this is primarily what natal astrology should be able to do for those who believe in it and use it for themselves or for clients.

Seen in this light the practice of natal astrology — and, I repeat, natal astrology today is the most important and used form of astrology — is a form of psychological guidance; eventually it could also guide the medical doctor or anyone who accepts the responsibility of counseling other individuals. Because of this, it should be clear that astrology demands of those who practice it not only at least a minimum of skill in calculating and interpreting natal charts, and any secondary chart derived from them, but also at least a degree of psychological understanding of human nature and present-day social problems, and as much personal maturity as is possible.

One may easily test a person's skill in calculating birth- charts, progressions, transits, modes, midpoints, and whatever the system of astrology he uses requires in order to be effectively applied to an individual case; it is obviously much more difficult to test the "maturity" of a person accepting the responsibility of interpreting a client's chart.

Yet this psychological-spiritual requirement is just as important, if not more so. Whether really significant tests could be prepared which a person applying for an authorization or license to practice astrology as a professional would-be required to pass is a matter on which I feel unable to give satisfactory answer. The realization, by the "astrological community" and by potential clients, that ideally, tests for personal maturity would be valuable as a protection to the young and unwary would in itself be a significant step in the direction of making the practice of astrology more psychologically safe and wholesome.

However, the general principle of the value of the governmentally enforced licensing of astrologers — or psychologists and other types of professionals who practice can harm people — is one which can be endlessly discussed. Many problems are involved.

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The first one obviously is whether any licensing does not infringe upon the freedom of speech and behavior of individuals. Many dreadful things can be done "for the good of the people. Are politicians licensed before they take office?

Should authors of books and publishers be subjected to censorship because what they say can hurt people and pervert their mind or morale? The list of such questions is endless. When a State or a collectivity of people — like a labor union or a guild — starts to feel it has the right, and indeed the duty, to protect individuals from the harmful actions of other individuals, it is almost impossible to know where to draw the line and give up the paternalistic attitude.

Everyone realizes the need for a police force as long as our communities, being so large and heterogeneous, cannot put upon wayward or even inefficient individuals the collective pressure needed to protect their members — not by law-enforcement but by moral and psychological pressure.

Such a pressure implies, first and foremost, an effective type of education.

Education begins with the recognition that knowledge is necessary. This leads to the discriminative, objective and non-emotional determination of the kind of knowledge which is necessary. In the field of present-day astrology such a determination is made difficult by the fact that there are so many schools of astrology, each of which unfortunately tends to claim absolute validity for its basic concepts and its techniques.

Who therefore could decide what an astrologer should know in order to obtain an official license to practice? Moreover, how could anyone prove that a licensed astrologer is wisely using what he is supposed to know, or did know when he passed the test? What is shown by the medical profession is a rather illuminating instance of how binding an all-powerful, and governmentally protected type of "union" can be.

It can not only set old-fashioned kinds of educational standards which deprive the public of crucially needed professionals — professionals operating at several levels of proficiency — but it can also create and widely spread through a powerful propaganda machine a collective belief that only what it considers right and sound should be accepted and indeed permitted.

Yet each year some two million persons are in hospitals because of illnesses caused by medical treatments and use of doctor-prescribed drugs. The same thing could be said concerning the field of psychology and psychiatry.

This is not said to condemn any attempt groups of astrologers are making or will make to establish some basic standards for the practice of astrology. Editia PDF Mai jos poate fi vizualizat cuprinsul si un extras din document aprox. Si atunci de ce medicina alopata nu vrea sa accepte aceasta Ca un stingher spre alt stingher. Acest tratament este bun si pentru discopatia lombara si pentru Iata o veste proasta pentru cei deprinsi sa-si duca viata Istoria bisericii romanesti si a vietii Carti populare romanesti Cartea.To illustrate this the author wrote a bunch of new situations for Piglet.

It is a "theory" in the sense in which we speak of Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

The practice of astrology rest upon this theory. This means whether the persons practicing astrology should be licensed by the State, or by a kind of nationwide Union or guild able to enforce certain regulations which would protect the general public from frauds or even well-intended but incompetent practitioners.

An Attempt at Formulating Minimal Requirements for the Practice of Astrology

No doubt, The Ching of Eeyore comes next. If we look at the situation in the Western world we find at least two basic types of approaches. A watched pot never boils.

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