Re: Learning Paradox

From: Robert Bracewell (
Date: Tue Aug 10 2004 - 19:00:57 PDT

You are quite right of course. This is really another manifestation of the
bridge that we are trying to build. Looking forward to reading your


>So do I. But, the characterization of thought as "social and therefore
>external to the subject" is as characteristic of Marxs's theory as is "what
>distinguishes the worst architect from the best of bees is this, that the
>architect raises his structure in reality." Hopefully, I'll finish writing
>up my commentary on the contradictions implied here by the end of the month.
>Until then.

Robert J. Bracewell
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McGill University
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