Re: Science, Knowledge, Understanding, Art and Wonder and Identity


Subject: Re: Science, Knowledge, Understanding, Art and Wonder and Identity
From: Richard Wentk (richard@skydancer.com)
Date: Sun Sep 11 2005 - 12:11:22 EDT


At 15:58 11/09/2005, you wrote:
>Perhaps it might be necessary to examine relationships and processes
>rather than 'objects'. Does the brain work with / set up / create
>relationships.
>
>A few examples to ponder ...
>
>
>Does a "pattern" exist as an object?
>
>Does an "outline" exist as an object?
>
>Does a "relationship" exist as an object?
>
>Does "repetition" exist as an object?

Does an "object" exist as an object?

Richard



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