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Michael Moschen: "Juggling as Art. . .and Science"

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Paul H (Oct 09 2020 12:12PM) : This is the first time Michael Moschen introduces the idea of "process."
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Paul H (Oct 09 2020 12:14PM) : "The Mythology of Skill." This will be something we will consider after having watched the TED talk. What is this mythology? What are its elements or trademarks?
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Kennedy F (Oct 16 2020 5:55PM) : Mythology is basically a collection of stories or myths that are typically based around a religion or some sort of cultural tradition.
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Paul H (Oct 19 2020 8:52AM) : Response to Mythology more

Yes. Thank you, Kennedy. What’s compelling about mythology is that what you describe is often of an unattributed source (or unknown source). Yet, this lack of attribution does not keep the group from leaning into that set of texts and norms and traditions in the creation of a culture that is specifically “bound” to that mythology. This is why we are careful to not equate “mythology” with “lie.”

DMU Timestamp: October 08, 2020 22:04

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