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The Dream of the Exact Language

  • Bo Göranzon
Part of the Artificial Intelligence and Society book series (HCS)

Abstract

Thus spoke Florence Nightingale at the age of 77 to an audience of newly-qualified nurses. The main message was her anxiety about the future of nursing.2

Keywords

Seventeenth Century Forest Ranger Reflective Knowledge Practical Life Craft Knowledge 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    The short quotation from Florence Nightingale’s lecture is taken from her book, Notes on Nursing, What is and what it is not,published in 1859, (new impression, Duckworth, 1970).Google Scholar
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    Once a year the forest rangers have a week–long meeting to deal with current forestry problems. This meeting also allows forest rangers from different counties to compare their professional experience. In 1975 a national level continuation course was held which I had the opportunity of attending. Among other things, the ideas behind a new forestry law were presented. This legislation required new models and valuation principles to be developed. Plans for rationing had to be introduced into the current forest evaluation method. The basic issue was how this would affect the forest rangers’ feeling for their jobs as valuers: ‘There is no reason to argue about details before you have a feeling for the total picture’ was one forest ranger’s comment. (Quote from ULRICEHAMN National Continuation Course on Current Forestry Problems 1975–10–27–30, unpublished manuscript, p. 1).Google Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bo Göranzon
    • 1
  1. 1.Royal Institute of TechnologyStockholmSweden

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