22 May 2002 kholmes   » (Journeyer)

tk, disciplined thinking is difficult and is somthing I strive for. Bologna thinking is not intentional but a learning experience.

"Indeed, one often brings in intuition to obtain wisdom, but intuition can at the most help to ask questions; only the rules of logical deduction can answer these questions."

So you agree with me. It almost sounded like you were raising an objection.

"Wait a minute... why then do I find people writing about the Tao of Programming?"

I've learned better than to say absolutes like "all" especially when I am not entirely convinced by my own thoughts.

But, you're right, my thoughts need more chewing before I can make beef from bologna.

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