RE: MD The Intellectual Level

From: Platt Holden (
Date: Tue Aug 05 2003 - 12:28:57 BST

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    Hi Jonathan,

    > PIRSIG
    > "Dynamic Quality and chaos are both patternless, and so it would seem
    > they have a lot in common, particularly the fact that you can't say
    > anything about them without getting into static patterns. But if you do,
    > you can say that Dynamic Quality is good and precedes static
    > improvement. It is the source of experience. Chaos, by contrast is the
    > condition of total destruction. You can't call it either good or bad.
    > It is not the source of anything."

    > JONATHAN replies:
    > Platt, let me ask some leading question:
    > How do you tell the difference between DQ and chaos?
    > Is the difference real?

    Don't know how immediately. Like degeneracy, time tells. Then it's a
    value call on your part, based on your experience.

    > As an aside, you might enjoy re-reading the opening chapter of Genesis!!

    I'm sure I would. Lots of wisdom in that old book don't you agree?


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