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Re: Craftsman Defined
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- Subject: Re: Craftsman Defined
- From: Paul Anderson <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 13 Mar 1998 02:48:53 -0500
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On Thu, 12 Mar 1998, Charles Mohr ok wrote:
> A Craftsman is somebody who followed some sort of apprenticship,
> journeyman degree and may have even finished his masterdegree.
> At this various levels he should have the common knowledge which could
> be expected.
I know of plenty of craftsmen that have never gone through formal
training. Yet, they are UNDENIABLY craftsmen. And, there are still more
people that HAVE gone through formal training and could HARDLY be called
craftsmen. IMHO, you're definition of craftsmen has no real relivance to
what a craftsman actually is. TTYL!
Paul Anderson - Self-employed Megalomaniac
"With all due respect, you, sir, have the intellect of a pickle."
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