Dialogue, language, learning LO25336

From: Sajeela M ramsey (sajeelacore@juno.com)
Date: 09/16/00

Replying to LO25257 --

Dear DP and LO Co-learners,

It seems to me you are making inquiries into the difference between
inductive and deductive logic ---- but none-the-less keeping in a
literate and linear framework; that is, a Socratic rationale ----- which
has its limits in terms of breakthroughs into new ways of structuring
thoughts. Have you thought about what kind of epistemology you are
employing in terms of your paper?

On Thu, 31 Aug 2000 11:42:58 +0530 "DP Dash" <dpdash@ximb.ac.in> writes:

> Like Richard Holloway, I too find the exchanges on this topic quite
> interesting. Incidentally, I have been thinking hard on this very
> topic
> for a paper I am writing at the moment. I have hit upon the notion
> of
> 'narrative break-off'. I will outline the link between this notion
> and the
> topic we are discussing. I will also propose a direction for dealing
> with
> problems implied by the notion.

Sajeela Moskowitz Ramsey, President - CORE Consulting
Center for Organizational Renewal and Effectiveness
2432 Villanova Drive/Vienna, VA. 22180
703 573 7050/ SajeelaCore @Juno.com


Sajeela M ramsey <sajeelacore@juno.com>

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