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Re: [xmca] Cultural memory dewey

well, since you mention it (but I do really hate to change topics, I want to
know more about Dewey), here are four pictures that look similar, but which
represent very different time-scales

    (the "universe" --from the point of view of dark matter)

    (the distribution of city lights at night over the earth)

    (a bamboo rhizome)

    (the endoskeleton of a cell)

it might be that "holding" over time has, as a process, more cross-timescale
regularity than we might at first guess.  I wonder what the distribution of
concepts in discourse looks like?


On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 10:50 AM, Tony Whitson <twhitson@udel.edu> wrote:

> On Thu, 27 Oct 2011, Ivan Rosero wrote:
>  riding on Greg's email, a different being comes to mind --a star.
> Sorry I don't have time to chime in more on this now; but moving from a
> star, what about a CONSTELLATION?
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