Re: Kelly and Jung

(no name) ((no email))
Sun, 26 Feb 1995 15:45:57 -0500 (EST)


The e-mail part of the information highway system certainly allows us
to engage in some good fun -- but it has it's problems. For me, I am placed in
a position of responding to what I read, and, yet, I don't experience great
comfort when I realize that I have not taken the needed time to assess
carefully the full implications of the messages -- yours and mine.

I am not sure of how you couched your message regarding Don Bannister's
involvement with Jung -- my reconstruction of my reaction to the message leads
me to believe that some kind of rapproachment was to be pursued. At any rate,
that is the construction of that to which I have been addressing my comments.

As far as the matter of profit from reading Jung!!! Well . . . .

And as far as predicting how Jung's work will fare over the next
century!!! Again, Well . . . . When I next meet you, I will make my bets,
privately . . But the stakes won't be chianti -- They will have to be
Brunello di Montalcino, or Nobile di Montepulciano . . . . Then we have to
figure out how we can stay around to confirm the outcome and collect the bets.

Jim Mancuso