Perso-Aryan Hypothesis

JR Gardner jgardner at BLUE.WEEG.UIOWA.EDU
Wed Mar 18 13:41:31 EST 1998


Viktor:

It would have been nice if you'd have replied privately to my original
post--sent privately to you--as well.  My note was not intended as a
podium for a diatribe against the participants in the debate.  My
apologies to all

jrg

On Thu, 19 Mar 1998, Viktor V. Sukliyan wrote:

> Hello John,
>
> You are absolutely right regarding present unhealthy situation on the
> List,resembling mass bombing of virgins.
> Current omnivorous moderators just make powerful speeches with purpose to
> massacre their opponents. If they would have a modicum of sense...
> It's obvious how modest their means of scholarly argumentation and
> comprehension.Modulating for the modulating sake.
> Let us await for a soberly implicatum scholarship.
>
> On your 2nd para. I have got some references of people REMOTELY digging
> in the same direction. If you like I'll supply you with the stuff privately.
>
> Viktor Sukliyan
>
> On Tue, 17 Mar 1998, JR Gardner wrote:
>
> >
> > I'm quite curious as to what sources you base this upon.  I'm very
> > interested, but I do not get into the internet debate these days b/c it is
> > simply too acrimonious at times-- thuse even intelligent statements get
> > lost in the clamor of conflict.
> >
> > If there are other scholars/sources considering this, please let me knwo.
> > I may not fully understand you position as some the way in which I
> > understand english is different from yours, but I think I got the general
> > idea, and it is intriguing.  I'd like to read more.  Are you the only
> > person pursuing this?
> >
> > jrg
> >
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > John Robert Gardner      Obermann Center
> > School of Religion         for Advanced Studies
> > University of Iowa       University of Iowa
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> > It is ludicrous to consider language as anything other
> > than that of which it is the transformation.
> >
> >
>



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