Talking sense : the man who knows it all

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Date
1956
Main contributors
Irving Lee; Ed Weiss
Summary
Considers the consequences of the "disease of allness", an attitude present in the person who implies or believes that what he knows or says about a thing is all that can be said. When "allness" exists, learning is hindered, and tension is likely to develop in human relations. The world of change in which we live makes it impossible to say all there is to say about anything. Failure to recognize this leads to bigotry. (WOI-TV) Kinescope.
Genres
Educational; Lecture
Subjects
Interpersonal communication; Know-it-all persons
Collection
National Educational Television
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive
Rights Statement
No Copyright - United States

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