[Paleopsych] fuzzy vs. linear

Alice Andrews aandrews at hvc.rr.com
Mon Nov 1 01:02:16 UTC 2004

Once again, I'm in agreement, Michael!


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Christopher" <anonymous_animus at yahoo.com>
To: <paleopsych at paleopsych.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 2:15 PM
Subject: [Paleopsych] fuzzy vs. linear

> >>The only model I've had and the only one which seems
> to exist for putting out ideas is male-based
> and all about certitude and strength.....in a word:
> fuzzless.<<
> --And yet, in order to be anywhere near the cutting
> edge in many fields, you have to have some
> recognition, if not comprehension, of "fuzzy"
> processes. And if you want to do anything NEW,
> intuition is essential. Linear brains can always
> position themselves as teachers, as carriers of a
> tradition or as apologists for the ideas of others.
> But without an imagination that can leapfrog
> linearity, you're stuck repeating what has already
> been said and thought. The linear brain is for nailing
> down what has already been covered. It's not so good
> at figuring out what's coming next, in a world
> dominated by nonlinearity and feedback.
> Michael
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