Subject: Re: New ESR paper: The Magic Cauldron
From: "Stephen J. Turnbull" <turnbull@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp>
Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1999 16:26:38 +0900 (JST)

>>>>> "Craig" == Craig Brozefsky <craig@red-bean.com> writes:

    Craig> We both know that perfection of exchange and coordination
    Craig> is unachievable, but I think where we disagree is on how
    Craig> much (and when) we should let it guide our decisions.  I
    Craig> think it's not a very important criterion since it has such
    Craig> little bearing on human relations and creativity.  I'm not
    Craig> exactly sure how you see it, but I'm know it's not the
    Craig> same.

Evidently.

    Craig> I also think that if me and you want to continue discussing
    Craig> it, we should do it offlist.  A critique of Enlightenment
    Craig> Subjectivity and the limitations of economic analysis are
    Craig> not on topic here.

I disagree---I don't know what we're doing here if "the limitations of 
economic analysis" is not on-topic, since any limitations of economic
analysis I can think of also apply to business analysis, but will quit
here until I have support from third parties on that.

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