Wheatley Dialogue LO10205

Jim Michmerhuizen (jamzen@world.std.com)
Fri, 27 Sep 1996 19:44:14 -0400 (EDT)

Replying to LO10200 --

Confronting, and confronted by, such a topic, I can only think small and
disconnected thoughts. And they are all questions.

Are systems such as government, healthcare, law, and education already
factored-out components of a more general one? Does it have a name? Can
we give it one? Can we do without? Provisionally?


We are already participants in everything, aren't we. Here's a conundrum:
is it possible for me (or anyone) to act in such a way as to change only
one system and no others?

     Jim Michmerhuizen    jamzen@world.std.com
     web residence at     http://world.std.com/~jamzen/
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