Re: circular logic

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Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 10:51:30 GMT

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    On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 11:48:15PM -0500, Scott Chase wrote:
    > What would it be called if person B saw a set of wheels on person A's car
    > and thinking these wheels really "sweet" person B goes out and purchases a
    > set just like them later inspiring person C to do the same (because these
    > wheels are really "sweet") and all of a sudden one sees virtually every car
    > on the weekend cruise strip with these very same wheels? Is there emulation
    > or imitation involved here where one person is inspired by another to buy
    > the same set of wheels? Mimicry?

    Mimicry and emulation (assuming there's a difference) both involve

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