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On 04/30/01 07:56, Robin Faichney said this-
>And you sound paranoid.
See? I'm far from that.
>My point was about the primacy of patterns.
Are Dennett's algorithms 'patterns' though?
Is the tipping point a pattern?
My little dictionary has - 5. A consistent, characteristic form, style,
I'm enjoying the discussion about patterns, and I've bitten my tongue a
few times, but I haven't said anything because I'm still not sure, yet
again, about nomenclature.
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