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RE: [xmca] activity (was concepts)
Thanks, Mark! I was ashamed to ask, but I couldn't make sense of it.
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afaik, iirc, imho = in my honest opinion.
PPS. as far as I know, if I recall correctly,...
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Monica Hansen <
> What is "IMHO"?
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> Please explain to me how someone can "wield a concept"? I am not even
> sure about the expression "grasp a concept". When there is a word that is
> generalized to the extent of; hmmm....let's pick moon; it is not a
> decisive tool of distinction but rather, as LSV points out, "word meaning
> is the elementary cell that cannot be further analyzed. . . it is the
> unity between thought and word" We cannot say that our earth has THE
> moon. But in conversation we can state, "The moon is out and bright
> tonight." I can provide a crowd with my moon but perhaps get arrested and
> a smiling cherub of a child could display their moon of a face. IMHO
> moon's word meaning is the concept present in these thoughts and words.
> Not something weilded or grasped but perhaps active?
> what do other's think? bill blanton or bill borowy out there?
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Post-Doctoral Scholar | Games Ethnographer
LIFE Center | UW Institute for Science and Math Ed | Advancing Games as
Innovative Learning Environments (AGILE)
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