[Paleopsych] Re: Robust scientific dialog
waluk at earthlink.net
Tue Feb 22 02:48:03 UTC 2005
When anyone regards beliefs as "mere mental structures"
is when their entire system of socio-political
assurance dissolves. These are our founding father's
beliefs and believe it or not it's what they decided to
die for. Oh, yeh, they certainly have a survival
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From: "Steve Hovland" <shovland at mindspring.com>
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> 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?...
> Thanks..... << File: ATT00004.html >> << File:
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