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The last session of the conference is entitled ‘Reflections’ and clearly intended for the speaker to express some views on the ideas and discussions put forward during the conference. To reflect, ponder or meditate according to one’s use of the dictionary requires one to consider deeply and to think about the subject. It should therefore differ from a summing-up of the key features of what has gone before. The person reflecting should have estabIished some context, or structured expectations, whereby to assess the matters about which he must think back. D.W. Quinion