Date: Thu 22 May 2003 - 16:51:45 GMT
> On Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at 09:34 PM, Joe wrote:
> > But that is what's wrong with the performance model; it cannot
> > explain the situations it is tasked to explain, such as how a
> > performance type is retained between expressed tokens of it.
> It not only explains this, it also explains all facets of it- the
> _cultural venue_ is what retains the expectations of the performances,
> as well as the memories of both the performer and the observer.
> Again, you fail to understand the performance model and argue from
People smoke a cigarette in a field as well as in a bar, and can scratch their own crotches or spit or swear or recite a poem or sing a song or do a mental math problem anywhere. You try to deny the internal by attempting to claim that neural nets are external, a 'cultural venue', because that's where memories are stored. You are simply erasing the line between internal and external, and calling it all external, but there are enduring differences between the members of the interrelational triad of perceiver, perceiving and perceived, just as there are unerasable differences between the members of the interrelational triad of perception, cognition and action. But apparently you are ignorant of these facts, perhaps willfully so.
> - Wade
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