Blurting In A & L

Answer 6/10

Author: Michael Corris  
Posted: 05.11.2002; 09:50:45
Topic: Question 6
Msg #: 597 (in response to 428)
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Perhaps we can agree that reconstructions (how do you mean that?) which try to avoid the pitfalls of reductionism live outside a certain world of bureaucratized knowing and being. Pandemonium presupposes a context of teaching and learning, of mutual sharing. The historical dimensions of this discourse remain undeveloped, so you have a point that pandemonium is no longer a useful term. Michael Corris (InvCollege@aol.com)