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Oct 03, 1996 05:06 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <199610031849.OAA25096@ultra1.dreamscape.com>, "liesel f. deutsch" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes >If we're going to vary, we should >at least know what we're varying from. I think a theosophical mailing list >has to include basic theosophy, and I thinnk it would be great, if it >included pointing out where the various points of view differ one from the >other. I think that the best that can happen on theos-l is the kind of thing we already have: person A says their piece, which is quoted and rebutted/amended/disputed (often with many quotations) by person(s) B C D E etc. I still have room on my homepages for useful writing(s) from theosophists of all persuasions, and again I offer to post anything of interest there, possibly under "Theosophical Writings" or in a sub- directory off of the "DIRECORY of GOODIES" link. These could then be downloaded by readers with web browsers and the contents discussed (preferably without *l o n g* quotations, as the complete original can be obtained by readers). Once I have some material, I will gladly forward copies to those without web browsers as part of my own committment to the TI approach of co-operative working. In other words, we could actually start *doing* this thing instead of talking about it - right now. Alan --------- Homepage: http://www.nellie2.demon.co.uk/ THEOSOPHY INTERNATIONAL: Ancient Wisdom for a New Age: TI@nellie2.demon.co.uk, and from homepage above.