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Re: What is the main problem?

May 03, 1998 10:48 AM
by Kazimir Majorinc

At 18.00 2.5.98 -0600, Bjorn wrote:

>> >The problem is out-of-alignment,

>Its like a wheel. If it is well balanced and you have little or no
friction (a
>condition of alignment) the wheel can spin at incredible speed. If it is off
>center, spinning it will cause inreasing stress until the whole structure
>collapses (out of alignment).

If I understood you, we are somewhere where we do not want to be, and if
want go to the better place but we must 'align us' before. What isn't good
in place where we are now and what is the most important, essential thing
you expect to be changed when we will be on the new place. Beware, every
two principles may be in contradiction. For example, Platon tried to prove
that justice is the best thing, with claim that it is the best way to  joy.
It was wrong, because if justice is really the best, it is not important
whether it lead to joy or pain. It seems he though that joy is the best

                Kazimir Majorinc, dipl. ing. math.
       Faculty of Natural Sciences and Math, University of Zagreb
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