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Posted: 03 November 2011 10:00 AM   [ Ignore ]
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NOTE: if this post sees an especially large amount of hits, that’s because I’ll be returning to edit it from time to time, as I build the first draft of the index.

My steps for building the first draft of the index include:
1. read pages from Whispering In The Wind.
2. note the presence of significant words on those pages.
3. note the page (and the word(s), if it is not already present) in either the person, place, or subject indices.
4. once the process is complete, decide, for each word, whether it’s presence on the pages is or is not significant.

My goal for these indexes is to have at least one page reference for every person mentioned by name in the book. In addition, I would like at least 200 subject terms properly indexed in the book.

I am including just the word lists below. If anyone takes issue with or has additions to the content of the lists, let me know. At a later time, I may include two indexes, the first a complete index, the second my own version including only page numbers that I consider useful for searching the book by that term.

Person index (page 72):
Bandler, Richard,
Grinder, John
St. Clair, Carmen Bostic
Marx, Karl
Erickson, Milton
Free, Michael L.
Avery, Nancy
Korzybski, Alfred
Huxley, Aldous
Einstein, Albert
Bateson, Gregory
Hoffman, D. (Visual Intelligence Author)
Bohr, Neils
Bickerton, Derek
Wienberg, Steven
Fechner, Gustav
Tsunoda (Japanese Brain author)
Rosenthal, Robert ()
Dilts, Robert
Jesus
Chomsky, Noam
Shapin, Steven
Feynman, Richard
Aristotle
Masi, Charles
Descartes, Rene
Watson (Behaviorism founder)
Skinner (Behaviorist)
Bloomfield, Leonard
Masi,Charlie
Langacker, R.
Harris,Zeilig
Beethoven, ludwig van
Severs, Thomas
Klima, Edward
Lashley, Tolman, and Broadbent
Russell, Bertrand
Turing, Alan
Godel, Kurt
Schultz, Peter (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address))
EANLP
Robbie, Eric (author, NLP World, 2000)
Horrock (author, Generative Grammar)
Postal, Paul
Fauconnier
Langacker
Gardeners, (University of Nevada, Washoe)
Belugi-Klima, Ursula
Lakoff, G.
Elgin, Suzette Haden
Bateson, Gregory
Kelso, J.A. Scott
Kauffman, Stuart
Prigogine and Stengers
Malloy, Tom
Mitchell, Chris
Keillor, Garrison
Gastor, David
OƇonnor, Joseph
Grinder, Kathleen
Bateson, Nora
Mead, Margaret
Lowe, Judith
Bloomfield
Shapin, Steve
Harris, Zeilig
Beethoven, Ludwig Van
Severs, Thomas


Place index (page 72):
Siberia
Santa Cruz
Oregon
Mexico
Vienna
Vienna - Cafe Landtmann
Switzerland
CERN
Bosnia
Northern Ireland
Afghanistan
Rwanda
Los Angeles
Japan
Polynesia
Greece
Arizona
Pennsylvania
Berlin
London
Rockefeller university
America
Palo Alto
Mental research institute
Austria
Switzerland


Subject index (page 1):
NLP
epistemology

[ Edited: 10 March 2012 09:29 AM by noah.scales ]
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Posted: 24 November 2011 02:08 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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noah.scales - 03 November 2011 10:00 AM

My goal for these indexes is to have at least one page reference for every person mentioned by name in the book.

Out of interest what are you planning to do with the indexes?

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Posted: 24 November 2011 07:59 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Publish them here. You quoted about the people, I’m more interested in the subject terms, I’m just going through the people because they are easier to do and get out of the way. The index will make a good study aid, my perspective has shifted, along with that my opinions about what is relevant in the work have changed, so I can understand its passages differently than I did years ago. I want to reread the book, an index helps.

Finally, making an index was something I wanted to do several years ago, now it seems easy to me, and so I suppose just stare at it, and feel a sense of “mission accomplished”.

Ideally? I would like to see:

a) another edition of WITW published and my index folded into the book by Dr. Grinder and Ms. Bostic St. Clair. I would like that version to be available as a Kindle book.

b) publication of their second book, Red-Tail Math.  At this point, it might be warranted, at least I want to see the new code games more widely practiced.

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Posted: 08 September 2015 09:59 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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will you provide me the brief details about this.

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