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Topic: Re:Re:Purpose, Intention and Outcome
Posted by: Jesse
Date/Time: 28/09/2002 01:16:09

John and Carmin you said, "We are unaware of any such statement - we are, of course, familiar with the so-called well-formedness conditions of outcomes in general." What is your opinion/understanding of wellformedness conditions of outcomes?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Purpose, Intention and Outcome27/09/2002 15:55:29Gene Bryson
     Re:Purpose, Intention and Outcome27/09/2002 16:30:04John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair
          Re:Re:Purpose, Intention and Outcome27/09/2002 17:02:36Gene Bryson
          Re:Re:Purpose, Intention and Outcome28/09/2002 01:16:09Jesse
               Re:Re:Re:Purpose, Intention and Outcome28/09/2002 03:45:43John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair
          ReReReRe:Re: Purpose, Intention and Outcome28/09/2002 10:23:32don

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