Re: THEOS-L digest 1538
May 23, 1998 10:46 PM
by Alexis Dolgorukii
Re: Paul Johnson's Book
Paul's book is a very good piece of work, and one which represents what an
open and inquiring mind can accomplish with no help whatsoever. The one
thing he doesn't need to do is "justify" it. It fully justifies itself. The
only person who seems to feel Paul's book requires justification is K.
Zeitzev and he has no particular standing from which to make such a demand.
No one, in fact, ever has any standing from which to demand another person
justify either themselves or their work.
There is no reason whatsoever for him to post it in the internet so that
people who won't spend the money for it to get it free. Here Chuck is
perfectly correct, Paul fully deserves his royalties. Paul's book is a fresh
wind bringing in clean air which is something Theosophy has long needed.
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