From: Horse (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 08 2005 - 01:09:52 GMT
We have a 3-way tie for the February vote. The votes were as follows:
Votes for topics
Voters and Selection
1)Lloyd Klinedinst, Valence, Horse
3)Jay Casler, David Buchanan, Tim Ostroot
4)sedrolle, Maggie Hettinger
5)Hugo Masse, Marty Jorgensen, Matt Poot,
As I said in my Call for Votes post, if there was a tie I would select those that have tied
and ask for a re-vote. I think two days should be sufficient to get enough votes in.
PLEASE NOTE THE NUMBERS OF THE TOPICS HAVE BEEN CHANGED.
PLEASE VOTE USING THE NUMBERS IN THIS EMAIL
The topics for which a new vote is required are:
1) "In the MOQ feeling corresponds to biological quality." (Pirsig in the
I'd like to suggest we spend a bit of time trying to work out what "feeling"
is, as referred to here, whether it's the same as "sensation" or "emotion",
and if so, whether this analysis stands up to scrutiny in the light of
contemporary understandings in the philosophy of mind and neuroscience.
2) Topic suggestion: Is there a correlation between Nietzsche's
"appolonian" versus "dionysian" and Pirsigs' division between SQ and DQ?
Reading into some of Nietzsche's writing lately I tried to understand
the way he uses the figure of the god Dionysus in his writings. Somehow
I got the feeling that Dionysus is to Nietzsche what Dynamic Quality is
to Pirsig. But I can't really prove this because the jargon is so very
different. Are there other out there who have ideas on how to treat this
kind of correlation? So my question is really two-fold:
1) Is there a correlation?
2) How can you "prove" such a correlation?
3) Why has the MOQ FOCUS Forum been so detached from Dynamic Quality
lately? I am thinking about the reasons for the two-month pause.
Can that tendency be changed intentionally? That is to ask: Can one be linked to
DQ intentionally, is there a program, an action plan, to do so?
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