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Topic: Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization
Posted by: J Rose
Date/Time: 13/08/2002 12:47:11

Actually, Constance, I'm very happy that you asked me this question:

One of the reasons that "Whispering" is an important book in the field of NLP is because it asks us to think independently about epistemology.  I'm very grateful that Dr. Grinder is not asking us to quote his book as a prerequesit for having discussions here.  It seems as if Dr. Grinder, and many others, appreciate that questions relating to epistemology/methodology relate to whisperings.

After I read a few denominalizations of 'attention', I'll be able to share what, specifically, I am working on in regards to this question.  Thanks so much, Constance and I look very forward to your contribution.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
'attention' as nominalization12/08/2002 04:29:47J Rose
     Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 03:08:17Constance
          Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 12:47:11J Rose
               Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 19:01:53Constance
     To:JR, Re: relevancy of your request to the content of 'Whispering In The Wind'13/08/2002 08:59:22nj
     Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 21:51:56Dimitry
          Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization14/08/2002 04:26:56Gunthar Freidinger
               Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization14/08/2002 15:27:29Thomas
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization15/08/2002 03:22:14Gunthar Freidinger

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