LRO – The Power of Reading

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When they poured across the border
I was cautioned to surrender
This I could not do

(Leonard Cohen, The Partisan)
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Here's to the Power of Reading

Ricardo Piglia, an Argentinian writer and novelist, reaches a fundamental conclusion: “Reading requires learning to be still.” This may seem obvious, but at the same time, it is a wake up call to all of us. Engaging in the act of reading involves being both present and in movement.

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‘Not so long ago, making babies involved just two people of opposite sex. Technological advances of the past twenty-five years or so have significantly altered the landscape. (…) There is, however, a dimension not sufficiently recognised or discussed: the emotional impact of these advancements on the individuals involved (…) This is the dimension François Ansermet tackles with erudition and great clarity. ’
Edward Nersessian, MD, training and supervising psychoanalyst, New York Psychoanalytic Institute
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