Thinking without language?

kenneth Collins kpaulc at earthlink.net
Fri Nov 19 12:59:55 EST 1999


it's 'funny'... how things work-out in the end. :-)

Cheers, Dag, ken

kenneth Collins wrote:

> hi Dag, i really don't 'know'... i've assumed, in a thinking-without-words, so as to
> garner meaning way, that the phrase means, "I love you". i've let it go at that because
> i happen to prefer that 'translation' :-)
>
> also listened to it for years without knowing it was Mozart's work. then i saw an add
> for a performance of "Mpzart's _Marriage of Figgaro_", and said to myself, "Oh, wow!
> Figures." :-)
>
> a little bit of benign ignorance 'spices-up' Life, nicely, but, sometimes, i wish it
> just wasn't so easy to see so-much... so much Obligation, such a great 'sapete'(?)-void
> needing to be filled-in.
>
> cheers, Dag, ken
>
> dag.stenberg at helsinki.nospam.fi wrote:
>
> > In bionet.neuroscience Larisa Migachyov <lvm at leland.Stanford.EDU> wrote:
> > > kenneth Collins wrote:
> > > >  Larisa Migachyov wrote:
> > > >  >[...]
> > > >  "Voi che sapete", sung by Frederica Von Stade, is one of my favorite things...
> > > >  just wish i knew what the words mean :-)
> > > It will be a disappointment to find out what the words mean - this is the
> > > general rule for opera.
> >
> > Not for Ken this time - he Knows.
> >
> > Dag Stenberg








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