Re: Theos-World P.S. for Carlos - What Paul will NOT say
Mar 13, 2006 10:57 AM
Since Paul and his book have assumed such controversial proportions,
I am going to go the extra mile for quality. I work at a university
have have good relationships with professors of Enlightenment
Literature and 3rd World Literature who supervise graduate
students. One teaches research methods and theory.
I am going to see if I can get one (or both) to review Paul's book
objectively, with an eye on the research. At best, this cannot be
done until the end of summer, after finals are done and the campus
quiets down a bit.
In a worst-case scenario, I wiill find a literatures graduate
student and get the book reviewed; although a review by someone who
supervises and teaches research would be much better.
I purchased TMR for my own interest and, partpicularly, to see the
research methodology. I had no idea this would so controversial;
but, since it is, I want an objective third party to look at the
book and provide an opinion.
--- In email@example.com, Vladimir <forums@...> wrote:
> Monday, March 13, 2006, 1:55:12 AM, krsanna wrote:
> > I sent the last mail too quickly, before adding a P.S. about
> > questions I have about Paul's interest. I found a cheap, used
> > of Paul's book and ordered it and will read it soon. I still do
> > know what he really says about HPB in it.
> Oh, please-please-please, after reading it, would you post a
> quotes from him supporting his allegations about HPB's supposed
> of integrity? Paul himself, for some mysterious reason, keeps
> my requests (unless I've missed something here) to quote any
> evidence from his own books. I'm sure this would constitute "fair
> and won't infringe anyone's copyright. :)
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