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  • Curriculum and the Dream Paradigm

    [09.29.06]
    - Stephen Schafer

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    [3] A fundamental transformation of mind

    [4] In our treatment of metaphor, the Oxford Companion to the English Language (pp.653-655) is an authority frequently referenced.

    [6] In astronomy, a) designating motion, real or apparent, in a direction contrary to the order of the sings of the zodiac, or from east to west. b) moving in an orbit in a direction opposite to that of the earth as it revolves around the sun.

    [7] David Foster (1985) See argument in chapters: Approach to Logos & Where Angels Fear to Tread.

    For seven years, Stephen Schafer has been a faculty member at Digipen Institute of Technology   His primary responsibility there has been to teach Composition, Mythology for Game Designers, Creative Writing for Game Designers, and Elements of the Media and Game Development to students in the RTIS program.  To a degree, all of his classes reflect his longtime interest in human motivation, mass communication, and cultural transformation.  Over the years, Professor Schafer his augmenting his knowledge of psychology, language, mythology, and literature with studies in physics, metaphysics, comparative religion, marketing, and the media.  During the past ten years he has specialized in research relating to the part symbolic language plays in cultural transformation.  He is currently completing two books, The Media of Dreams and a textbook, The Alchemy of English. 

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