Re: Core Teachings (to Chuck)
Jun 07, 1996 00:39 AM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 07:02 PM 6/6/96 -0400, you wrote:
> Right. The normal result today is an argument. We see
>this very clearly on theos-l.
Please? I grew up in a Russo-Hungarian family. if there was something
"wrong" with argument I'd never have lived to grow up! I was taught by every
senior member of my family that there is something wrong with ICY
discussions and COLD arguments, but that HOT arguments were made so by love
and that they were the best way to learn.
any discussion is certain to end in arguments and shouts of anger.
Comment: A discussion that ENDS in arguments and shouts of anger is a
discussion with no use. But a discussion that starts calmly and then passes
through a phase of anger and shouting and returns to calmness is useful and
educational. If I'm wrong about this, then all of Eastern Europe and the
Mediterranean World is lost forever!
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