Monthly Archives: September 2013

Quotation – transition of effect

“It is often said that when an effective Israeli leader speaks he does so using all three tenses at once: past, present, and future. In doing this he is relating Jewish events in the past to the present [seeking legitimacy] … Continue reading

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The nature of effect – not just binary?

I have been struggling recently with what I feel is a key question. It took over from my interest in the WUO (see previous posts) and even from the defence of systems requirement drift. That question is the nature of … Continue reading

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