SpeakingL mail-list LO6210 -was "Conversational Paradigm"

Sun, 24 Mar 1996 20:42:08 -0500

Replying to LO6121 --

Michael said:
>What is of particular interest to me is what has a conversation persist.
>What creates a long-lived conversation? What is the relationship of all
>the small conversations that don't appear to live a long time to such a
>long-lived conversation? What is the nature of those conversations that
>appear to do harm to conversations of value and possibility but also live
>for a long time?


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