[WSMDiscuss] Peter W.
jai.sen at cacim.net
Mon Jun 19 21:06:34 CEST 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017
Thanks for posting this message on behalf of John…
Thanks for this. It is very good to hear from you, and I cannot agree with you more… As it happens, I'm presently doing a final reading of the final proof of Book One of the books to which you too have contributed (The Movements of Movements), and as it happens, I have just reached Peter’s essay, which is once again all that you say. And my heart leapt, and then sank, and the tears welled up…
And as it happens, I just did a post – that you might have seen, on protests in Russia – and where I again so intensely missed him.
I’m sorry to know that you’re having problems posting on this ‘new’ list, WSMDiscuss. I’ve just checked, and you're definitely there as a subscriber; and I’m guessing from your words that you are receiving posts. So is the difficulty you’re facing perhaps a function of the posting eddress you are using ? Post the migration from WSFDiscuss ? Just in case it's this, you now have to post to the following eddress, so please note this in your computer :
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With warm greetings, and in memory of Peter,
> On Jun 18, 2017, at 5:12 AM, Laurence Cox via WSM-Discuss <wsm-discuss at lists.openspaceforum.net> wrote:
> Sending this from John Holloway whose messages aren’t getting through to the list.
> I’m very upset indeed to hear of Peter’s death. He was a constant source of inspiration over the years. Both when I met him a few years ago and in occasional flows of e-mail exchanges, I found him to be an enormous source of intelligence, warmth, wisdom and generosity. I will miss his contributions to this list very greatly. A very great loss. All my sympathy to Gina.
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Jai Sen, ed, 2016 – The Movements of Movements, Part 1 : What Makes Us Move ? (forthcoming in 2017 from New Delhi : OpenWord and Oakland, CA : PM Press), ADVANCE PREFINAL ONLINE MOVEMENT EDITION @ www.cacim.net <http://www.cacim.net/>
Jai Sen, ed, 2013 – The Movements of Movements : Struggles for Other Worlds, Part I. Prefinal version of Volume 4 Part I in the Challenging Empires series. New Delhi : OpenWord. Prefinal version 1.0 available @ http://www.into-ebooks.com/book/the_movements_of_movements/ <http://www.into-ebooks.com/book/the_movements_of_movements/>
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