I have understood that you don’t allow Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s quotes. With the proper references, these can be traced back in their books. Moreover there are people who misuse and abuse quoting from their texts to prove what they want. But in all other cases how are people to know, when the documentation is not available? Moreover, in the case of Heehs’ biography, a simple request to read it means to be rubber-stamped as a devil?
you have posted my comment to the posting, but if you don't post the original attachment as it is, re-inserting all the quotes from Peter's book, what can people make out of it? Moreover when deliberately I eschew personal comments? Without Peter's texts, the whole thing is a futile exercise. Paulette
I don't understand what you mean by "I see merit in the current policy". What policy? The policy is that of the copyright law called fair use, internationally applied. Or there are other motives? This is the entire reply from Peter Heehs, as it was forwarded to me:
I am spellbound seeing that you have no problems allowing the rantings of Patrizia Norelli & acolytes in a blog called Savitri Era Open Forum, but you have problems applying the international copyright law. Paulette