Willi Streit
Freitag, der 28. Mai 2010

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3 Kommentare zu “Tief bewegt”

  1. Chris Wood (Freitag, der 28. Mai 2010)

    The number of teeth in humans has reduced mainly through eating sugar, so that they fall out. The work of dentists who have removed teeth increasingly for 10,000 years is also significant. Except for these effects, humans have the same number of teeth as other apes, (but relatively smaller).
    „Sapiens“ means „weise“ rather than „wissend“, and refers to intelligence (which has changed little), rather than knowledge, which has changed dramatically during the existence of humans.
    Physically, humans have changed very little in the last 100,000 years. Consider how equal they are in intelligence and sporting abilities all round the world, when given equal chances as children. The most visible difference is in colour, since humans who got less sun lost their dark skin within relatively few generations. The other significant change is in size. I do not know how long pygmies have existed, (but certainly more than 10,000 years).
    But of course adult humans have changed greatly in the last 10,000 years. There is a huge difference between a baby and an adult, not only in size. The behaviour of adults, including the expressions of emotions, depends almost entirely on upbringing, which has changed greatly.
    10,000 years ago, we ate about as much raw meat as now.
    We are less and less motivated by what deeply moves us. There are many new distractions.

    Beyond the first paragraph, I hardly understand what this posting is trying to say. I congratulate those who understood well enough to vote on it.

  2. rd (Freitag, der 28. Mai 2010)

    Hi Chris,
    ab und zu nehme ich Dich wahr wie jemanden, der versucht Picasso zu interpretieren und dann über die Dreiecke und Vierecke (oder auch „regions“) in den Bildern der Bilder zu rationalisieren.
    Oder:
    Was hat Dein Kommentar mit dem Artikel zu tun?
    Und:
    Woher weißt Du das alles, was Du behauptest?
    Wahrheit und Gewissheit?

  3. Chris Wood (Sonntag, der 30. Mai 2010)

    Don’t worry Roland, mostly I know what I write about! Don’t think you are the only blog author who reads plenty. I was pretty sure about the teeth, but spent an hour or so checking in internet. Maybe some other statement here is slightly inaccurate. I would welcome correction.

    I did mention that I hardly understand what this posting is trying to say. I would like it if the author would explain. Unfortunately Picasso is dead; otherwise he could perhaps say whether cubism was just a joke.

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