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Re: AW: zen and the fluent music


In a message dated 7/12/05 5:41:09 PM, kris.hartung@hp.com writes:

It is the Hawthorn Effect, Ted....is that what you were getting at?

I wouldn't pretend to know. I wasn't a philosopy major. I've read
some Plato (and know the difference between him and Mickey's
dog Pluto). I've read (and re-read) some Hawking and Feynman

for entertainment purposes (not for retention, particularly) and used
to subscribe to Scientific American. But, I am not a "Science guy" or
(for that matter) a "Philosophy guy." I am wholly a doofus "Art guy."

I am curious, so I rabidly read a little of everything. One might call me
a confused "Abstract Expressionist neo-Calvinist guy" (with delusions
of musicianship). But, like Hawkeye I don't call myself much of anything
at all. Heheh.

The gist of your
Bertrand Russell story is right on though. Realising
this Truth we all ought to be a little more humble in our assertions . . .
no matter who we are or what we believe.

Best regards,

tEd kiLLiAn

"Different is not always better, but better is always different"


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