Mike, I agree with you. Even more, I wonder if EVI lived in a more open
society, would he state that he disagreed with Marx's simplistic (and wrong)
formula of the ideal?
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> From: Mike Cole [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Subject: Re: Discussion of EVI's Concept of the Ideal
> Victor and Steve-- Gasping to keep up having tracked down the Panofsky
> article from Phil's suggestion which is due on my desk today.
> I simply wanted to note that the following kind of statement drive me
> the ideal is nothing else than the
> material world reflected by the human mind, and translated into forms of
> never mind the "nothing but". I have always had difficulty with the
> meanings of *reflection* at use in this family of discourses, and used as
> this sentence strikes me as akin to spreading fairy dust over a problem
> so that all the sparkles make you think something must be there.
> I look forward to reading your annotated read, Steve. Thanks for taking
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