Date: Fri 01 Nov 2002 - 23:26:40 GMT
> On Friday, November 1, 2002, at 05:49 , email@example.com wrote:
> > Sure, poor performances, like an infant's attempts at speech, but as
> > competence is progressively internalized, performance progressively
> > improves.
> But this is degree- the level of competence needed for cultural
> transmission is niggardly small.
Of course it is degree; the greater the degree of competence, the more refined and capable the performance. It diametrically opposes your position, which seems to be that perfprmance is all there is, and that competence is a chimera. Tell that to a bicycle rider.
> - Wade
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