From: dmwri1-AT-student.monash.edu.au Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 12:13:44 +1000 Subject: Truth Ken wrote: > I guess I was thinking that rejoinder's never mimic the > "original" in its' monadic-like totality. The counter-expression, > even if in agreement, is a critical distance in the expression > itself. The contents of a conversation not only express a > conceptual content but reflect what is lacking in their content. > In this way a rejoinder "is" an expression of a critical > difference.... no two people are coming from an identical > perspective.... in the same what that no one person is > identical with their thoughts or expressions. > But is distance difference? Is it differance? Why is an expression of identity (counter-expression in agreement) at a remove difference? Isn't it just a wussy lack of commitment? gilligan.
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