From: Van oost Kenneth (email@example.com)
Date: Sun 23 Mar 2003 - 19:36:34 GMT
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From: "Vincent Campbell" <VCampbell@dmu.ac.uk>
> Memes in performance: Without the players using the bat there can be no
> Do any of these scan more meaningfully/ Do we need all three? Is Wade
> right that it's only in the last one that we can actually witness the
One I missed........
Wade could be right if the one who observes the actual performance, thus
watch the players use the bat, knows what the players are doing.
Performance(s) have to have meaning and in that respect you can actually
watch the meme.....I suppose !
To me baseball has no meaning, never saw it, don 't know the rules, I
could watch a game, thus watch the players perform something but it
would have no meaning to me, so in that respect I wouldn 't be watchin '
any baseball related memetical activity.....I suppose !
I would watch some performances, common memetical activity I would
perceive......but should I picked up any baseball- memetical or other
performance- related meme !?
I would have picked up a lot of ' memes ', but would they be considered
by my brain/ mind or - plexes as ' meaningful ' !?
Should they stay or should they go !?
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