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Re: [xmca] perception/conception etc
Percept would be preference? I don't know exactly but people do not
operate upon appropriated concepts 100% of the time. Do they? Certainly
children do not. Currently I am not exactly sure what the question is
that needs to be answered.
Perhaps the percept in the 'not-wanting-to-listen-to-dylan" for me would
be I would prefer listening to the radio seeing as he never gets any air
time or perhaps it would be that I am stuck inside of mobile with the
memphis blues again?
That certainly is a great question. Others with
From: Martin Packer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <email@example.com>
Date: 07/09/2010 09:14 AM
Subject: Re: [xmca] perception/conception etc
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, Eric let's suppose you woke up this morning not wanting to listen to
Dylan. What is the percept in that situation? Dylan? His music? Your
temporary dislike? The fact that yesterday you felt differently?
On Jul 9, 2010, at 8:04 AM, ERIC.RAMBERG@spps.org wrote:
> I understand your misgivings about placing construction within but
> this makes sense: concepts are appropriated from the social/cultural
> arena but percepts are individually based. My percepts about music may
> run counter to yours and there are even days I don't want to listen to
> Dylan. However, I have an appropriated concept of music that is
> extremely similar to yours. Does this make sense? I know this
> internal/exteranl debate has raged for years and won't end anytime soon
> but some things do indeed happen within. I still have to think though
> that cracking this code between everyday and scietific could assist in
> understanding human development.
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