Python as Guido Intended

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Nov 24 07:23:48 CET 2005


bonono at gmail.com wrote:
> Mike Meyer wrote:
> 
>>"bonono at gmail.com" <bonono at gmail.com> writes:
>>
>>>>Maybe Python attracts people who share that belief.  After all, TRTFTJ
>>>>is implies TSBOOWTDI, and vice versa.
>>>
>>>I was not talking about the believe, I was talking about the way you
>>>presented it. You are setting up an "imaginary" me, which is not me.
>>>And that is the kind of arguments I saw, I believe this many times are
>>>done unconciously.
>>
>>You're doing that yourself. But we don't have a real other person to
>>work with - the best we can do is work with our model of that other
>>person. That's life.
>>
> 
> In what way am I doing it myself ? It could be unconciously too but I
> always welcome if it could be pointed out.
> 
I think Mike (the Mike I imagine, anyway) merely intended to point out 
that since we can't live in each others' heads all communication is with 
an imaginary person, whose actual thoughts and feelings are unavailable 
to us.

regards
  Steve
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