On 7/15/2013 2:30 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
Would this kind of universality of human sense-making be likely if the connections
between words, shapes, and feelings were purely computational?
Why not? Being a broken line vs a differentiable line is a computable property. The
difference between "k" sounds and "b" sounds is computable. So I'm not sure what you're
getting at. Or are you asking how "k" came to be associated with "broken line" or how the
written letter "k" was associated with the phonetic sound of "k"?
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