> Dear readers of the 93 list, Dear Lunadog,
> Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
> L.D. wrote;
> > Sorry I misread your original question.. although it doesnt
> actually make sense
> > as written.
> > If you meant "do humans learn only by experience" then the answer
> is still no..
> > although there are some things that can only be learnt by
> Yes, I have some difficulties discussing in a foreign language.
No thats fine!
> What is Adam Kadmon able to reason about without experience? (leaving
> out the discussion of the things that are learnt by experience as i
> would automatically agree - I am pro tabula rasa these days)
Im not entirely sure what you mean by Adam Kadmon, and I'm not sure I agree with
On thinking about the idea of learning a little deeper, things learnt by
experience underpin all other things subsequently learnt (i.e. language is
learnt by experience initially, and then learning can occur through reading for
example). It is a moot point whether you define reading or listening as
"learning by experience". Additionally, I believe that humand have a natural
capacity to learn in particular ways (for example, all have an inate concept of
self, which I do not believe is learnt by experience but is hard wired).
Im not sure if this is what you were talking about, but I must say I dont have
overly strong views about it. I would be interested to hear what you think.