Re: circular logic

From: Scott Chase (
Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 23:52:43 GMT

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    >From: Robin Faichney <>
    >Subject: Re: circular logic
    >Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 10:51:30 +0000
    >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
    > > and thinking these wheels really "sweet" person B goes out and purchases
    > > set just like them later inspiring person C to do the same (because
    > > wheels are really "sweet") and all of a sudden one sees virtually every
    > > on the weekend cruise strip with these very same wheels? Is there
    > > or imitation involved here where one person is inspired by another to
    > > the same set of wheels? Mimicry?
    >Mimicry and emulation (assuming there's a difference) both involve
    You didn't answer my question though? Would the overt behavior whereby one
    person sees wheels that someone else has placed on their car and that person
    goes out and buys the same wheels and places them on their car be imitation?

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