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Topic: Good Manners
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Marc Vidulich

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Good Manners
Posted: Dec 14, 1995 3:03 PM
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Are these "universally accepted manners of intellectual communication"
passed on from father to son, mother to daughter or are they written down
somewhere because, unfortunately, I have no idea what Andrei is talking
about?

>When I wrote `manners' I meant manners of intellectual communication.
>These are sufficiently universal, that is accepted by intellectuals
>around the world. I cannot list all of them, it amounts to writing
>a book about good manners for scientists. Just an example. It takes
>enormous efforts of me to make my students understand what is really
>important for me. Their competence and mastery of my subject, their
>ability to solve problems are important for me enormously more than
>observance of bureaucratic rules. It seems that all the teachers
>they had before taught them the opposite.


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Date Subject Author
12/14/95
Read Good Manners
Marc Vidulich
12/14/95
Read Re: Good Manners
Andre TOOM

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