What is THE problem? LO26880

From: Jan Lelie (janlelie@wxs.nl)
Date: 06/24/01

Replying to LO26851 --

Hello Mark,

Thank you for your reply. You've added the notion that Vision versus
Current Reality is part of any problem. As i wrote, people swim in a river
of problem, i did mean that current. (A current is also a river, isn't
it?). The relation between THE prblem and shared vision / mission als
becomes clear. And, on an another dimension, that part of the problem is
{speaking, thinking, planning and acting} on THE problem. As THE problem
is a social problem (having to do with inter-human relations, depencies)
etc. Please feel free - as you did - to contribute. I've never read Goethe
or Polany - and still do not understand the seven esssentialities

oops there goes my battery,

Mark Spain wrote:

> Thankyou for also inviting Goethe and Polanyi into our current
> conversation to explore THE problem. My life experience has meant that I
> do not know these folks well enough to bring their views into my own
> thinking. I can though agree with Jan Lelie <janlelie@wxs.nl> when Jan
> writes:

With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Lelie

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