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John H. johnh at faraway.xxx
Thu Apr 10 02:41:15 EST 2003


Bertrand Russell,

"The first task in philosophy is to recognise that a problems exists in the
first place."

Something like that.

See Ken, I've got a quote for every bloody thing. That blood memory of mine.
Cascades, cascades ...


John.
"KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote in message
news:6y8la.53490$ja4.3458351 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
> Hi John.
>
> It's really quite straightforward.
>
> The problem is that the straightforwardness is merely-'unfamiliar'
> [the straightforwardness doesn't correspond to TD E/I-minimization
> within folks nervous systems, so folks can't see it [the
> straightforwardness] - this's the essence of "psychological
> 'blindness`" - it's "all in folks' heads" because "biological mass"
> pertaining to the straightforwardness hasn't developed within folks
> nervous systems [because the stuff in which the straightforwardness
> isn't [yet] taught in grad school]. If you 'wonder', this's is the
> problem I've been working on for the past ten years here in b.n - why
> I've been restating NDT's fundamentals in every way that I can think
> of - searching for stuff that 'rings the bell' of 'familiarity'
> [formerly created [via TD E/I-minimization] "biological mass". Looks
> like I'm gonna Die trying. 'Blindly'-automated TD E/I-minimization is
> Merciless in that way. "Oh well."]
>
> ken
>
> "John H." <johnh at faraway.xxx> wrote in message
> news:pi8la.90$fU4.4358 at nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> | Just for once, could someone say, "it's really quite
> straightforward." I
> | wonder how often lecturers in neuro related jazz feel threatened by
> their
> | students ... .
> |
> |
> | John H.
> |
> |
> | "Didier A. Depireux" <didier at rai.isr.umd.edu> wrote in message
> | news:b717sa$s6b$1 at grapevine.wam.umd.edu...
> | > John H. <johnh at faraway.xxx> wrote:
> | > > [...]
>
>





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