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Unread September 22nd, 2004, 08:12 AM
Hans Lindgren Hans Lindgren is offline
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I have somewhere in your articles read about the idea that every person is his own or her own theory. I humbly would like to know if you have the quotaion, the reference or if there is anything newly written about this theme. I use it for the tranformation of the idea to analysing complex situations in organisational settings.

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Hans Lindgren

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Unread September 22nd, 2004, 05:03 PM
Stephen Lankton Stephen Lankton is offline
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It sounds like something I possibily would have said, but I am at a loss to place it within the specific publication I wrote. Can you give me another hint? It is probably not a quote from elsewhere - I think I would recall and cherish that one if another person said it.

Still, many have said the equivalent idea like: T. Leary, J. Mishloveand, H. Machurana, A. Watts, G. Bateson, etc., and pretty much all of us who've written about metaphor extensively (Lankton, Gordon, Banito, Sontag, Burns, Cambell, Mills, Freedman/Combs, Kopp, etc., etc.), all the constructivists, and narrative-oriented therapist, and maybe even Korzybski.
I wish I could help you more. But, supply me with more hints and I'll try again.

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