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Temporalities with a Human Face

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Abstract J.T. Fraser’s writing added a measure of both scientific and humanistic seriousness to my somewhat unformed thoughts on the nature of society and social reality as a communication mechanism. His hierarchical theory of time lent weight to a worldview of time as an evolution in a direction toward something. This was despite his views, based on the necessities of irresolvable conflicts in the interstices between hierarchical levels, on sociotemporality as a kind of anthill threshold threatening individuality. His always welcoming personal approach to people and ideas served, if not as a contradiction, at least as a counterweight to the more disheartening implications of his theory. And his founding of the ISST, with its insistence on interdisciplinary communication, has served as an institutional counterweight.

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