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>> In other words, the behavior itself was a
requirement of the learning
>> And, I really don't think there is _any_ situation
where that is not true.
>Think of Stephen Hawkins. He hasn't much
possibilities for any
>kind of behaviors. So how does he learn about the
He literally has a very active universal imagination.
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