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robert de rycke  rderycke@mindspring.com     10/24/01
wittgenstein and mediation
Interesting that there are no comments on this important article. Lack of curiosity about the theortetical foundations of mediation? Certainly here the wilds of Eastern Tennessee I have not found a kindred soul eager to explore on what principles mediation is founded. In the hope that somewhere in this universe someone is at all interested in theory, here are some possibilities... 1. We are free to believe what we want 2. The beliefs we subscribe to have consequences. 3. We are loath to face the consequences of our beliefs, so we invent words that shield us from our responsibility. 4. We get angry at anyone who dares challenge our basic beliefs or asks questions about the consequences of our basic beliefs.