k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]
Wed Jan 21 16:07:38 EST 2004


"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]> wrote in message
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> [...]

> None of the papers that I did submit for Publication,
> including the "Automation of Knowing..." ms. [AoK],
> were ever Reviewed.
> [...]


I've never received any 'evidence' that AoK was,
in fact, Reviewed.

No letters. No commented copies, no telephone
calls. No anything.

I did receive a verbal promise, and, subsequently,
a letter saying that it would be reviewed, and then,
in a telephone call that I initiated, a verbal statement
that "The matter is closed.]

What am I supposed to do with such 'evidence'
with respect to the 'review process'?

How does one satisfactorily address the 'objections'
of the 'reviewers' if no such information is exchanged?

It seems, to me, that they just presumed that AoK
"is nothing".

So I don't have a heck of a lot of Respect for such
a 'process'.

=Any= such 'process'.

How can one Respect anything that can see no
evidence of?

K. P. Collins

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