From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 31 Oct 2002 - 21:31:07 GMT
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wade Smith" <email@example.com>
> On Thursday, October 31, 2002, at 10:58 , Bill Spight wrote:
> > Are you saying that the memory of the perfomer has nothing to do with
> > the similarity? I think not, but that is not obvious from your
> > statement. :-)
> Beme1 is not beme2 but, yes, the similarities have a great deal to do
> with the preparations made by the performers, and, yes, memory is a
> prime agent in the preparatory process. (Joe's meme-ory storage.) One
> would expect the memories of performers within the same culture to be
> packed with much of the same information.
> And thus, the bemes they each perform, to also have similarities.
But that is no to say all observers have the same similarities too !
From our perspective they all may look alike, but each and all of
them are set along different lines of time/ place and space.
Each performance has each time a different interpretation if
observed by any observer.
And people will emphasize upon this difference to call it there own !
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