LS Re: Soc. and Int values

Magnus Berg (
Mon, 10 Aug 1998 17:52:36 +0100

Hi Platt and Squad

You wrote:
> I wholeheartedly agree with Donny's description of the Social Level as
> "marked by rituals and institutions" as opposed to "the social pattern
> of a
> fish" proposed by Magnus. Social patterns, in the sense that Pirsig uses
> those terms, did not exist before humans emerged from the universe.
> There
> are no bridge clubs among fish cells.


But there's another club consisting of the organs of the fish. The
difference is that the bridge club is intellectually mediated and the
fish is designed by DQ.


"I'm so full of what is right, I can't see what is good"
				N. Peart - Rush

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