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Re: What Is A Professional?

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Posted by richard david/">richard david on August 4, 1999 11:58:21 UTC

: Letīs say I am a professional in the field the human factor of company reoganisation. : And with my expertise a create a model of how different types of people : act and react ot each other under the stress of a company : restructuring. The model works fine and everthing is ok.

: Donīt you think its possible that I can use the same or slightly : adjusted model to describe the macro-social concequences of : human interaction in a nation during a war? : Although Iīm not a professional in macro-sociology my : theory may be a contibution in that field.

From RD: Your post reminds me of an old cliche, "Mathematics is finite" which means that the same mathematics, or in other words, the same theories seem to apply over and over again in rather diverse fields.

: I may even go further. If I decide to make my more : even more abstract it may as well say something usefull : in the field of gas-dynamics under extreme pressure.

: So being a professional in one field, can by : the above reasoning help to contribute on other : fields. And since everybody is good at something, : anybody can come up with a "good" theory.

: Gerwin Brink

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