From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 25 May 2003 - 16:50:39 GMT
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> Unless they're accidental, they are preceded by the internal, that is,
> cognitive, intention to perform.
Yes, ...but no, the cultural/ social etc venue induced it/ commands and
demands that certain performances were/ are to be performed.
The internal cognitive intention you talk about can be/ is just a go-
so that the actual performances were/ are to performed as demanded to/ for.
Cognitive intention is an on its tiptoe walking mechanism so that cultural-
venue- demands are/ were transmitted into actual performances.
The (f)act of intention is just a by- product of the cultural- venue mecha-
nism to get its message across.
The fact of we having intention_ thus the choise and thus free will
agency) is a cultural- venue induced socio- biological conditioned mechanism to have the 2 sides of the coin_ performing of not- performing. It is within this dichotomy that culture and thus evolution resides.
Intention and its opposite inducement are the 2 sides of one coin_ getting
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