[interact_list] [dissertation] may tackle 'liberalism'

  • From: Akio Fujita <A.Fujita@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: interact_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2001 16:36:06 +0100

Hi folks, 

I may transpose my framework to the study of 'liberalism' - 
analyisis of its entire components. It's possible to express
all my concern and ideas about this world in this way too - 

and in this context, I need to talk about 'framework' 
and 'specialisation and cooperation' issue - as a one
majour and generally siginificant issue about how do we do with 
'dissertation' - 

the world is changing, moving so our frameworks need to be in 'move' 
but academic world - because of its sickness it developed within past 
30 or 40 years - 

try to allocate/assign one person into one specialised task 
within that 'old/obsolete' framework - which no one thinks it is useful
anymore. And if one talk of 'new/alternative framework' they say 
that's not the thing 'one person' - new comer is #allowed# to do. 

Then we will really be in trouble - when we have to think about 

why do we have to compete like this, or about its legitimaisation,
ideas of liberalism - 

our knowledge is poor, our modeling of liberalism is always 
insufficient and our scope is dead narrow and meaningless. 

In Sept, - I will be really in need to do some presentation 
about 'Specialisation and Cooperation' - in this agressively changing 

Akio Fujita

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