Date: Tue 04 Mar 2003 - 17:22:37 GMT
> On Monday, March 3, 2003, at 09:19 PM, memetics-digest wrote:
> > So, the question remains: where is the action observed at t1
> > stored so it may be replicated at t3, if not internally?
> The memory of the observation is stored in a brain. Are we arguing
> that? I'm not.
> But t3 is _not_ a replication of t1, nor is it t1, as you concur.
> t3 is a performance, perhaps using the memory of t1, but not dependent
> upon it.
And what is the likelihood that X would be performed at t3 without the presentation or instruction of it at t1? Approaching nil.
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