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John Fiske
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"The meanings I make from a text are pleasurable when I feel that they are my meanings and that they relate to my everyday life in a practical, direct way."

"Is it honest for me to go and sit there on communion day and drink the wine and eat the bread while feeling it all to be mummery?"
 
"The meanings I make from a text are pleasurable when I feel that they are my meanings and that they relate to my everyday life in a practical, direct way."
 
"The persecuting spirit has its origin . . . in the assumption that one's own opinions are infallibly correct."
 
"The most essential feature of man is his improveableness."
 
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