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On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 3:09 PM, hgg <hgg> wrote:

Hi Michel,

Am 30.03.2012 07:58, schrieb Michel Bauwens:

...can we perhaps avoid the obvious straw men arguments which construct

an imaginary enemy that is easy to strike down, and limit ourselves to
is actually said?

Am 20.03.2012 05:16, schrieb Michel Bauwens:

Hans-Gert, ... But forgive me if I feel that an approach that is
centered on exposing the strengths of the enemy 'again and again', is
much less interesting that one that analyses the strength of an
enemy, in order to overcome it and find the best ways to do this ...

The "enemy" is present also in your mailings, so your point needs more
explanation. Do we need a story about "an enemy" at all and if, what is an
"imaginary enemy" compared to a "real (?) one"? Since, as far as I
understand the story, no one has seen "the enemy" personally?

that is the problem in a distributed Empire isn't it .. .it's a system, a
structure, and we all have our place in it ... so perhaps, enemies and
allies are more contextual?

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