From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 06 Apr 2003 - 11:13:07 GMT
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From: "Wade T. Smith" <email@example.com>
> Forgive me, Ken, but, here is your altered statement as it agrees with
> the performance model-
> > What we perceive [...] is our [reality] and that can and will not be
> > the same as the many 'floating around me....'; 'reality' sits within
> > my mind and it spreads within like yours sits within your mind and
> > spreads likewise.
> And culture results from our 'floating' realities of other's
Never said I was in disagreement with your idea though !
Not with the general outlines in anyway, just in how what it
might/ must contain we seem to differ.
But that is simply a way of conjecture about what might/ must
contain culture/ society within to be defined as such.
But as outlined as above, I agree, it our own individualisticly
biased perception of what is going on that makes our perso-
nal reality, combined and than in what ways we ' perform '
what we ' know ' ends up as ' culture '.
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