From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 27 Mar 2003 - 20:29:59 GMT
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From: "Van oost Kenneth" <email@example.com>
> 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 !
Wade, something bordered me, In addition to the above I am intrigued with the following,
If watch myself ' perform ' something ( say writing something down )
and thus pick up my own self- created memes, would this count as
an element of cultural evolution seen as in your performance scheme !?
There is a creator ( performer)- me- , there is an observer/ perceiver,
So something performed has been seen, has been transmitted, from
my eyes to the back of my brain, something has been processed,
analysed_ so it have to count as being a part of cultural evolution !
Or must the ' meaning ' of any cultural evolment in advance be defined !?
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