Friday, March 9, 2007

Discussing Welch's Whole or Particular



After viewing Welch's ASL Juice's Deaf Views: Whole or Particular, Jay Krieger offers his discussion on the topic.

4 comments:

Deaf Niches said...

That is good... it reminds me of one film I saw when I was at high school, taking an ecology class...I cannot remember the name of the film, but it was shown to heighten the awareness of the wholeness of the universe, from the electrons to the star, from the smallest to the largest, etc. Any of you have seen the film before?

Toby Welch said...

Jay, I agree with you. My point is that I noticed there are two different groups in comments. It could be more than two groups. Interesting. Your points are good! I am glad that you shared with us! Keep vlogging!

Anonymous said...

This is a great diaglue - brings a level of awareness of what one or a group is doing and identifying what is done.

:D

W.F.T. said...

Yes, it's all relative.

Now, to get very particular, har har, I can both appreciate the whole view as well as appreciate the particular bowl or vase or plant -- I can switch between the forest and the individual trees. For some reason, Toby's example reminds me of left-brain and right-brain skills.