Re: Where is thought? (Courtesy Cannon, Inc.)

Robert G. Grimes (
Wed, 19 Nov 1997 14:46:04 -0500

Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 14:46:04 -0500
From: "Robert G. Grimes" <>
Subject: Re: Where is thought? (Courtesy Cannon, Inc.)

Ton Maas wrote:

> Snip

> His main claim to fame is a very
> elegant system he calls "context theory" - which elborates the central
> notion of "both-and" (as opposite to "either/or"). Tired of fighting wars
> with educational management, he's reorganizing his life and actively
> looking for fellow-travellers. He's in the business of setting up his first
> home computer system and will probably appear on-line in the very near
> future. I for one, are *really* looking forward to his input to our
> conversation, of which I naturally made him aware!

We look forward to hearing from anyone (especially if he is your "intellectual
master") who can "water our garden!" He certainly sounds like a fascinating fellow
and anyone who can counter "either/or" has my vote to commence.

By the way, did the commercial "thought" from Cannon make you think and consider
of why some speak in parables?

Others of us, very old ones, just tell stories about recollections. It's our way
of making sure we are still here.



Bob Grimes Jacksonville, Florida

Quoth the Raven, "Nevermore....."

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