Pedagogical Dissertation

A pedagogical dissertation pedantically developed specifically for publication in a journal of which the content can be comprehended only by those capable of expressing and conveying accelerated levels of understanding of fiscal concepts yet unfathomable by the ‘Tattered Masses’ among us.


An intellectually stimulating article deemed to be acceptable to a scholastic peer review board for submission to an elite academic journal.

In the end, every person must account for him-or-herself.[1] All motivation for actual actions related to accountability is irrelevant to the concept that any of the species humankind is the objective of non-prejudicial termination (Pick[2], Apt[3], and Fitting[4], 1980).

Verifiable positive determination of the fiscal debt one should reimburse, deserves to recompense, or is able to remunerate will not be made until the fully integrated priority program necessitates that urgent consideration be applied to the issue of intended and unintended behavior as demonstrated by a supervised and un-perjured application of the thesis[5] in question as cited by the previously referenced authors.[6]

As a resulting implication of the perceived debt owed to one’s own kind, the successors of one’s own kind, and the offspring of those not of one’s own kind and based on clinical observations of non-participants involved in observing pedagogic activities at any publicly supported student service facility, the incorporation of additional functioning constraints probably maximizes the probability of negative gains in emotional debt and minimizes the expectations of the affective cost and time required for the evolution of positive performance criteria over a given time period.

In this regard, a primary interrelation between focused administrative objectives and instruction or learning technologies, as well as any assumed supporting elements such as ad-hoc committees of offspring producers, their peers and identified opponents, presents extremely frustrating challenges and adds overriding performance enhancing constraints to the covert and overt behaviors of the human subsystem at the public agency where such activities are integrated or are under thoughtful investigation for integration applications.

Thus, a constant flow of effective information about real encumbrances and perceived encumbrances is further compounded when reviewing the pedagogical mood which is based on the functionaries’ perceptions of the real and disproportionate funding tasks to be performed by the supporting public, cooperate sources, as well as those responsible for enforcing federal, state and local law, and IRS regulations related to the fiscal issues as perceived by principals involved in or responsible for such activities.

However, the long range goals of those who are pedantry might be better served by recognizing the social, physical, economic, and spiritual needs of the identified subsystem do have some validity within the framework of the “it is possible to save them all at the cost of the established society”[7] oriented philosophy of post puberty pre-adult education philosophy as proposed by the authors referenced in the above citation.

Squeezing a single lump of coal might one day produce a diamond; however, squeezing the coal miner might cause the unavailability of lumps for squeezing.

[1] Him-or-herself is used in this case to show that traditional style in writing may be considered as being used only by the politically challenged of our society and genderlesness in language is more pedantically understood by those who have a perception that they are among the interpretationally advantaged.

[2] To the best of this writer’s knowledge, none of Pick’s writings have ever been published, but he did make this statement in a number of hand written notes while working on his unpublished dissertation at the Jackson Scholar Campus of Southwestern Mississippi State Teachers College.

[3] Apt cited Pick in at least three articles written for the now out-of-circulation Common Man’s Responsibility to Academia Newsletter.

[4] Fitting sited Apt’s citing of Pick from two of Apt’s articles referred to above.

[5] Probably the incomplete and unpublished work of Pick.

[6] Arrears and Due,, You and I in Debt, Deficit Press, Orange County, CA, 1993, pg 21

[7] Gettenall and Takenit, Society Expanded in Parallel to Taxation and Local Pedantic Issues, Self-Published, Allrbright, MN, 1986, pg 63