[percy-l] A Percy Fan must-read

Denise Askin DAskin at Anselm.Edu
Thu Mar 13 14:07:24 EST 2003

That article was absolutely perfect! Thanks so much for brightening the day
of a Percy-lover in the far north!

Denise Askin

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Lovers of Walker Percy's works should feel obilgated to read the 
following pleasant nwes article (I think I have had too much NA-24 today!):


  Kenneth L. Ketner
Paul Whitfield Horn Professor
Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism
Texas Tech University
  Charles Sanders Peirce Interdisciplinary Professor
  School of Nursing
  Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Lubbock, TX 79409-0002
806 742 3128
  Office email: b9oky at ttacs.ttu.edu
  Home email: ketner at arisbeassociates.com
Office website: http://www.pragmaticism.net
Personal website: http://www.wyttynys.net


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>   Charles Sanders Peirce Interdisciplinary Professor
>   School of Nursing
>   Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Ah the school of nursing    ---I'm wondering what you might have to say
about Nursing in general and in particular Nursing's relationship to
Doctoring, Percy and Peirce. Not to convince or prove anything but just to
share a bit of your heart on the matter if you have the time and interest.
Hope all is well with you.

Best wishes,
Jim Piat

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