>===== Original Message From firstname.lastname@example.org =====
>>>We would be
>>>able to socialize our children into never starting to think and speak this
>>I was with you until the last sentence.
>>Kids have to learn addition and subtraction before they learn
>>calculus. Easy boy.
>Sure. But this would imply that you think the subject/object distinction
>is inherent for any type of thinking. If so, then I don't know what you
>could do about any problems that arise because of it. In fact, I would go
>so far as to say you wouldn't even be able to tell if there were any
>problems because you could never get outside it to compare it to anything
Maybe the addition-calculus wasn't the best example.
I don't think the subject-object is inherent for any thinking.
As in previous posts I said I think a certain development of
abstract ability is needed to really "get" Quality.
I can see how you introduce Quality to kids but I just don't see
how you think they would really get it.
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