[Paleopsych] Re: Robust scientific dialog

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Tue Feb 22 00:35:26 UTC 2005

Yes.  That article really turned on a light for me.

I think it's important to coldly regard beliefs
as mere mental structures.  

They aren't worth dying for, and they should not 
be enshrined to such a degree that it is hard to 
dispose of them when they no longer have 
survival value.

Steve Hovland

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> A corporate culture also includes beliefs, 
> which are very resistant to change. 
> I sent out an article awhile ago about this. 

Steve, which article was this?  Was it this one?...

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