From: Nichael Lynn Cramer (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 25 1998 - 15:33:28 EDT
>>> [...] We need not restate what others have
> >>stated and we need not re-invent the wheel every time we get in our car to
> >>drive somewhere. There is simply no reason for me to argue what he has
> >>proven. Read him.
>If Stanton's argument is so conclusive, then it seems that it would be easy
>for you to at least outline it for us? Wouldn't an outline be more helpful
>than the mere claim that Stanton "eruditely argued the evidence"?
Sometimes yes, sometimes no. But given
1] that this topic is discussed in many, easily accessible sources, --e.g.
several introductory texts on Textual Criticism, etc-- (by comparison on a
list devoted to Physics, a presisent request to, say, justify the concept
of the conservation of energy would be rightly directed to a freshman text
on the subject)
2] that, in any case, this is *not* the topic of this mailing-list.
A pointer to a sound, even-handed reference seems a perfectly reasonable
firstname.lastname@example.org Gather the folks, tell the stories,
http://www.sover.net/~nichael/ break the bread. -- John Shea
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