Exegesis Volume 5 Issue #36

From: Ed Falis
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V5 #34

Exegesis Digest Sat, 08 Jul 2000

Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 20:04:32 -0400
From: Ed Falis
To: exegesis
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V5 #34

So, I hear this is where all the effete, intellectual snobs of astrology hang out. The ones who consider theory seriously. Hope I'm welcome ;-)


 > Exegesis Digest Mon, 26 Jun 2000 Volume 5 Issue 34

 > From: Patrice Guinard

 > I recognize that the theoretical case could be improved, and I could let
 > the attempt to a stronger than me. But, I point about this: none
 > astrological matter is convincing...for the modern thought, because the
 > astrological reasoning is different from the modern scientific one. I
 > was confronted with this problem with my thesis. And I've forged a
 > concept, Matrix-Based Reason (French: "Raison matricielle"), which could
 > explain this situation, and also which could explain why astrology is
 > definitely not accepted in academy, universities... Other thing that the
 > Jungian synchronicity (see my critics about it on CURA's site)
 > The use of Matrix-Based Reason is essentially "TO MAKE" astrology, and
 > not going on "interpreting charts" (and, as doing it, finding nothing
 > else that is already obviously known). THE PLURAL, MATRIX-BASED
 > charts" (an application), or doing predictions (a pretension). It's my
 > thesis.


Can you explain a bit more what you mean by "Matrix-based reasoning", or point to a reference? Intuitively, I think I'm going to agree with you. But it's difficult to tell from what appeared in this digest. This is the first one I've seen, so my apologies if I'm retreading something that appeared earlier.

- Ed Falis


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