Replying to LO26912 --
Winfried depicted a lot of "characters" from a mail of At, after which At
My short contribution to this dialogue is this:
Is *character* not a denomer for *content*, wheres the 7 E's are for the
One of the examples I use in my workshops to illustrate the difference
between form and content is precisely this:
If one falls in love with another, it is possibly based on first
impressions - the outlook, the form. In a possible future relationship
it is not the form that counts, but the character - the content.
dr. Leo D. Minnigh
Library Technical University Delft
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Tel.: 31 15 2782226
Let your thoughts meander towards a sea of ideas.
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