SAUDADE.....É DORMIR SEM SABER ONDECHORAR SEM SABER PORQUÊ
CHAMAR QUEM NÃO NOS RESPONDE
ABRAÇAR QUEM NÃO NOS VÊ
PONDE O VOSSO CEGO OLHAR PONDE
E LÊDE LEDOS QUEM NÃO VOS NÃO LÊ
DORMINDO NÃO INTERESSA ONDE
CHORANDO QUEM NÃO NOS RESPONDE
E MIRANDO QUEM NOS NÃO VÊ
LIKE SOCIALISED COCKROACHES
COMO EU E VOCÊ
IN BLIND APPROACHES
A QUEM NÃO NOS LÊ
A statistical argument for the homophony avoidance approach
to the disyllabification of Chinese ROACHES
A third class of intelligences stressed the urgent necessity for great public enterprises to correct the paradoxical increase of unemployment consequent upon the increase of productivity that had taken the shiftless world by surprise.
That was an independent maladjustment.
But thinkers of this school were apt to disregard the importance of monetary rectification
. As to who was to control the more complicated methods of mutual service proposed, the world money and the world socialism and so forth, there was an even greater diversity of outlook and an even greater conflict of mental limitations.
As Desaguliers says in his summary: "People could not get out of the sinking social vessels in which they found themselves for the simple reason that nothing but the imperfectly assembled phantom of a salvage ship was yet in sight, a large rudderless, powerless promise, so to speak, standing by."
Only very knowledgeable people could have foretold then how nearly this phase of throwing out bright but disconnected ideas was drawing to its end, and how rapidly the consolidation of social and educational science into an applicable form was to go forward, once that it had begun.
The rush of correlated social discoveries and inventions to the rescue of mankind, when at last it was fairly started, was even more rapid and remarkable than the release of steam and electrical energy in the nineteenth century. It went on under difficulties.
Perhaps it was quickened and purified by those very difficulties. Gustave De Windt's great work, Social Nucleation (1942), was the first exhaustive study of the psychological laws underlying team play and esprit de corps, disciplines of criminal gangs, spirit of factory groups, crews, regiments, political parties, churches, professionalisms, aristocracies, patriotisms, class consciousness, organized research and constructive cooperation generally.
It did for the first time correlate effectively the increasing understanding of individual psychology, with new educational methods and new concepts of political life. In spite of its unattractive title and a certain wearisomeness in the exposition, his book became a definite backbone for the constructive effort of the new time.