From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 26 May 2003 - 18:19:56 GMT
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> > From: <email@example.com>
> As I said before to Wade, I can comminicate the date of my birthday to
> a common language speaker on the equator or on either pole.
Yes you can, and the fact you think you decided this within the template of
cognitive intention, makes its true, does it !?
No, Wade' s scheme insist upon the fact that culture- venues commands/
demands that certain performances has to be performed in order of cul-
tural continuance, one of them is the performance that you, with intent will
communicate the day on which you were born to a common language
speaker on either side of the equator.
I don 't see the cultural significance within the fact of doing so, but the
that culture did command/ demand it, makes your moves performances
within the persisitence of culture to maintain patterns like these.
We, the observers, recognize this behavior of being part of the specific
behavior of a grazy man, no intent whatsoever...and in doing so, culture
did once again secure established patterns of maintaining performances
within it_ the meme of recognizing such a behavior propagated, survived
and procreated....in a relational connection of previous, likewise but dif-
ferent performances and observations of people behaving like that.
That's all !
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