[time 797] Re: [time 796] Pratt's Paper

Stephen P. King (stephenk1@home.com)
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 10:40:24 -0400

Dear Lance,

Lancelot Fletcher wrote:

> Now, to finish with Pratt, let me say this to Stephen:
> I have concluded that Pratt's paper is too incompetently written to be
> worth discussing directly. I understand that you believe it contains some
> brilliant and possibly important and original insights. That may be true.
> It's also possible that you have had some important and original insights
> of your own while you were reading Pratt's paper which were not actually
> Pratt's insights but yours. It doesn't really matter whose insights they
> are. If you can express them more clearly and rigorously than Pratt has
> done, I will be very happy to listen to you.

        Ok, I will differ to your judgment. I am very tired lately and and my
communications are incoherent. I will have to do something... I have an
idea or insight about that I think Pratt is trying to say. I will try
hard to break it down into "easy pieces" and see if it makes any sense
to you all.

Kindest regards,


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