Re: performance

From: Wade T. Smith (
Date: Fri 23 May 2003 - 14:21:34 GMT

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    On Thursday, May 22, 2003, at 04:53 PM, Kenneth wrote:

    > But that ain't the thing with the performances, baseball new version,
    > played in any setting you like, will have new performances each and
    > every time again_ time/space differences; stadium, audience, even
    > players (and their minds) aren't the same, weather, conditions of the
    > field, etc_ all evolves/get selected/mutates/procreates and
    > propagates. And each time the grundnorm is used, written down, told
    > about, shown, a new performance will arise, quite the same but
    > different. It doesn't matter if those performances are due to internal
    > or external stimuli, or are results of
    > instinctive/inbedded/natural/nurtured effects.

    Yes. This is the first meaningful elucidation of the performance model that I've seen. I know many people here don't agree with it, but, at least some people are willing to understand it.

    - Wade

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