anderscj · @anderscj

24th Nov 2010 from Twittelator Pro

"Of course, if we do this with most questions, what we do in effect is to make closed systems of largely open ones. Open systems may be thought of as situations in which there are degrees of 'rightness,' and in which a right answer today may well be a wrong answer tomorrow. If we are not aware of whether we are working in a closed system or open one, we can consistently arrive at answers that are at best frustrating and at worst tragic." Postman & Weingartner

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