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Re^4: If you believe in Lists in Scalar Context, Clap your Hands
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All models are known-flawed, though. But certainly in any kind of learning environment, the particular learners need to be taken into account. I happen to think that anyone willing to debate lists in scalar context falls on the thirsty side. That or the argument for argument's sake side. (Don't look at me like that.)
Isn't much of learning the challenging of perception/preconception?