SUO: Re: SUOP Topic :> Definition Of Issue
SUOPT :> Issue :>
Purpose Of Process Of Raising Of Issue. Note 1
SUOPT Outline. http://suo.ieee.org/email/thrd1.html#11635
SUOPT Issue. http://suo.ieee.org/email/thrd2.html#11639
SUO WG, Procedure PL,
I'm a bit surprised at myself for taking
so long to think of asking this question:
| What is the Purpose (QV)
| of the Process (QV) that
| incites the Raising (QV)
| of an Issue (QV)?
It appears that the only excuse that I can offer
on my own behalf is that the question ostensibly
involves the conjuggling of four Topics together
in the Mind at one Time. Quite beyond the skill
of the average Peircean, y'know.
But now we run up against one of the problems with trees
as a data structure, and that is the eventual remoteness
of branches that are logically entangled and ought to be
kept bound together by definitions that we store in mind.
The best I can think of to do at this point, for all its
annoying appearance of redundancy, is to copy my inquiry
to every branch that is enfoiled in the inquiry at large.
So, until I can think up a better way, I'll just do that.
One down, three to go ...
Oh wait! Maybe I could do it by link?
On Jugera ...
Reference Material --
QV. SUOPT :> History. http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg11816.html
QV. SUOPT :> Inquiry. http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg11817.html
QV. SUOPT :> Purpose. http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg11677.html
QV. SUOPT :> Process. http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg11643.html
QV. SUOPT :> Raising. http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg11820.html
SUOPT :> History Of Definition Of Issue