How does our theory become practice? LO23759

From: Winfried Dressler (
Date: 01/13/00

Replying to LO23680 --

>Things happen.
>I would like to have a terse description of how they happen.

Dear Srikanth,

I can give you not only a terse, but simultanously the most accurate
description of how things happen:

Things happen the way they happen.

Yet you posed a dynamically interesting question - I immediately started
to speculate about why you wrote what you wrote. Taking your mail as a
thing that happened, I better should apply my answer and stop speculating
the why - I simply don't know. I only know that you wrote the way you
wrote. I recognise that I easily create a lot of theories, but must admit
that these are nothing but outflow of my unease with not knowing.

I better leave it to you to explain - or not to explain.

Liebe Gruesse,



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