mimicry

mimicry is arguably the most important part of learning in childhood and still a very important feature in the adulthood. we all learn via imitationg others, we imitate what we see and think may be good thing to do and once we experience it, then we may choose to either do it again and continue in doing it, or to refrain from it. some are even so wise as to see the conseqences of some behaviour even prior to the mimicry of the act itself. we learn through experience, but in a way it may be possible to experience something without an experience, the concrete experience. maybe that is what Jesus talks about most of the time in the Gospel. one sees the difference between good and evil and does not need to do evil in order to see, learn and know that it is evil.


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