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Ask Meno Questions • Discussion 2

Re: Victoria N. Alexander I tend to favor that general way of speaking, having been brought up on classical cybernetics, optimal control, and systems theory, where we think of a system as passing through its state space, controlled by its … Continue reading

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Ask Meno Questions • Discussion 1

Re: Victoria N. Alexander I think you are stating several important insights. The word object in pragmatism and pragmatic semiotics has a much wider range of meanings than the extremely reductive sense of a “compact physical object”.  Anyone wishing to … Continue reading

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Ask Meno Questions • Chrysalis

Chrysalis Memories of being held       In closely knit spheres And guided beyond the orbits       Of childhood fears Entrusted with a word       That rustles in a breath And warrants respect for       The not yet beautiful In Honor of My Parents’ Golden … Continue reading

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Ask Meno Questions

Re: Richard Hake I would not have imagined it possible to read Plato’s Meno quite so literally as those inquirers did — but now I do not have to imagine it, and so, in a way, I have learned something. … Continue reading

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