Women's Ways of Learning LO24553

From: Judy Tal (judyt@netvision.net.il)
Date: 05/05/00

Replying to LO24535 --

Hello Sajeela,

... beautifull ... beautifull ...
Usually i'll wait a few days before re-communicating - this time it springs
spontaniously - thank you.

You're bringing up a CORE issue :
"Thinking, Feeling, and all that falls in between"

For me, finding the right tune, colour, the proper combination (linear,
when put so - between T and F - both being REAL as well as TRUE), is the
most expensive (dear and time consuming) activity - when consulting others
and while consulting myself.

I believe that's what happens to everybody, everywhere, all the time - and
i'm the least surprised to see the recent energance of interest and
concern on the subject.

I'll have to stop now ... for having no answers, and too litle room for
all my questions.

with care,

At 11:11 AM 5/2/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Dear Co-learners,
>(preview: this communication is roughly 8 fairly short paragraphs in
>I wanted to share some ideas with the LO list members from a book I have
>been reading. I was wondering if it would be worthwhile to observe our own
>discussions in relation to some of the ideas introduced herein.
>The book is entitled "Women's Ways of Knowing; The Development of Self,
>Voice and Mind" (1986, Belenky, Clinchy, Goldberger and Tarule) In it the
>authors define:
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Dr. Judy Tal
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