Robert Hansen (RH) posted Jul 12, 2013 9:01 AM: > > On Jul 11, 2013, at 10:30 PM, "Louis Talman" > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Has it occurred to you that you may lack a sense of > visualization that Joe possesses? > > In the beginning of the conversation that was a > possibility I suppose, but everything Joe has > described thus far isn't unlike anything I have done > a thousand times before. > > It appears that we are talking about the exact same > process, but he is clinging to this notion that > because the rationalization involves a visualization > then it is a visual rationalization, aka visual > thinking. > <snip> No.
To the best of my understanding (i.e., as best I can make out when we use 'pure prose'), RH and Joe Niederberger are NOT at all (or scarcely at all) "talking about the exact same process". As to what specifically may be the different processes they are talking about, I am quite unable readily to describe them in 'pure prose': if I were to try to do this, I'd probably end up foncusing myself and my readers.
RH has provided some interesting, and possibly useful, explanations of what he means when he used certain 'technical'/ 'semi-technical' words, which I reproduce for interest below: > >  rational: based on or in accordance with reason > or logic. >  justify: show or prove to be right or reasonable. >  measure: the association of number with size. > GSC ("Still Shoveling!")