Re: [OPE-L] Incoherence of the TSSI - consensus?

From: glevy@PRATT.EDU
Date: Mon Oct 22 2007 - 16:44:26 EDT

> But there is more to that particular story for those interested


There is more to that particular story than appears on Kliman's web
pages, but you don't want to hear my side about that.  So I won't
tell you. I will say that so long as there are pages like that at his
web site there will be continuing controversies and I expect they
will spill over here from time to time.

> But still I think that Kliman and Freeman is not worse than others in
> a) logic b) representing the views of their opponents views c)
> clarifying their own concepts.

There is lots of evidence to the contrary but you don't want to hear
about that either.  You just want to make an assertion - which imo can
not stand up to scrutiny.

> That is way I react to Jerry's unprovoked introduction (for the
> second time) of such topics on OPE-L. They do more harm than good.

You are wrong about that. I didn't raise the issue of the TSSI this Fall.
Others did. I simply changed the titles in the subject line from time to

> So Jerry, if you have a war to fight with Kliman and Freeman on such
> themes, do it in those arenas where you are attacked. Not here.

I have been attacked here, as you - of all people - well know.

> Let's now proceed to discuss if there are any valid points in the
> TSSI-approach.

I already dealt with that in my reply to Fred.

In solidarity, Jerry

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