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One lesson learned is you've got to finish the scenario with excellence. You just cannot stop. You have to complete this, and I think that's where Apple has taught us all what experience excellence means in the creation of categories.
It's fair to say that Wikipedia has spent far more time considering the philosophical ramifications of categorization than Aristotle and Kant ever did.
I don't categorize things merely to simplify my understanding. I'd rather delve into the process of unlearning.
I've spent my whole literary career blurring boundaries between genres and categories.
unequally; rarely do they assign equal weights to attributes when performing categorization (Goodman, 1955; Medin & Schaffer, 1978; Nosofsky, 1984; Ortony, 1979; Sutherland & Mackintosh, 1971; Trabasso & Bower, 1968: A. Tversky, 1977).
To use language is to enter into the territory of categories, which are as necessary as they are dangerous.
I don't put categories on music, myself. So either people go with it or they don't, and sometimes the names sound a little silly.
Being someone with Latin roots, so many doors are constantly closed for you because people put you in a category, and the thing I've always wanted to avoid is categorisation.
Vocabularies are crossing circles and loops. We are defined by the lines we choose to cross or to be confined by.
But what is classification but the perceiving that these objects are not chaotic, and are not foreign, but have a law which is also the law of the human mind?
It's magazines like HITS that have to label things.
Labeling makes the invisible visible, but it's limiting. Categories are the enemy of connecting. Link, don't rank.
When you can classify something, it helps pin it down into a thing you can handle instead of a nameless dread.
I'm not sure I understand the compulsion to label things.
Faced with the opportunity to become the category of one, we almost always hesitate, almost always compromise, almost always dumb it down to play it a little bit safer
Maybe one day music will just be music, and there won't be these categories; it'll just be different shades of music.
There have been people who have categorized the bands of perception in different yogic systems. It gives them pleasure to create names and orders and to make catalogs. Human beings like that.
I constantly want to know - what is a table, or what is a cat?
I'm not comfortable with categories, and I distrust most definitions. The word 'definition' is based on the word 'finite,' which would seem to indicate that once we've defined something, we don't need to think about it anymore.
It's funny how we like labels. If I ever have a bookstore, I'm not going to put any labels on the sections.
The possibility seems to be that what we call styles, or what we call motifs, are actually categories in the unconscious.
People are interested in things not necessarily covered by the mainstream media, so they download things online. The categories are growing because people find out that they're not able to get information about stories that are of interest to them on the evening news.
In Honolulu, I saw cats, individual cats, groups of cats, platoons of cats, companies of cats, regiments of cats, armies of cats, multitudes of cats, millions of cats, and all of them sleek, fat, lazy and sound asleep.
There are no categories in contemporary art. There are no rules. Artists are given the freedom to make and create whatever they please and call it whatever they please. I identify with that system, or lack of system, much more than I do the landscape of contemporary publishing.
Science often progresses by carving out new distinctions that refine the fuzzy categories of natural language.
The mind always wants to categorize and compare,
I want - I want somehow to get away with you into a world where words like that -categories like that- won't exist. Where we shall be simply two human beings who love each other, who are the whole of life to each other; and nothing else on earth will matter.
Common-sense knowledge is prompt, categorical, and inexact.
Things which stimulate my curiosity are pretty far removed from the practical and therefore from classification.
All the categories which we employ to describe conscious mental acts, such as ideas, purposes, resolutions, and so on, can be applied tothese latent states.
The category of sex is the political category that founds society as heterosexual.
We classify things for the purpose of doing something to them. Any classification which does not assist manipulation is worse than useless.
[In science any model depends on a pre-chosen taxonomy] a set of classifications into which we divide the enormous complexity of the real world ... Land, labor, and capital are extremely heterogeneous aggregates, not much better than earth, air, fire, and water.
The study of taxonomy in its broadest sense is probably the oldest branch of biology or natural history as well as the basis for all the other branches, since the first step in obtaining any knowledge of things about us is to discriminate between them and to learn to recognize them.
I hate to be categorized.
If we relate to people believing that we can categorize them, we will neither identify nor nuture the parts, the vital parts, of the other that transcends category. The enabling relationship always assumes that the other is never fully knowable.
you have to be so genuinely uncategorizable that the normal terms of identity don't even apply to you.
Divides into three classes,
things to be enjoyed, things to be used, and things which use and enjoy.
Critics, mathematicians, scientists and busybodies want to classify everything, marking the boundaries and limits ... In art, there is room for all possibilities.
Cat: a soft indestructible automaton provided by nature to be kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle.
In my studies I found that children were most likely to see this new category of object, the computational object, as "sort of" alive - a
Condemnation by category is the lowest form of hatred, for it is cold-hearted and abstract, lacking even the courage of a personal hatred,
You can't just lump things into two categories. Things aren't that simple.
Books is our main type of content, but we include user-generated content and will include other verticals such as scientific papers, sheet music, and comic books.
Each way of organizing has strengths and weaknesses. Taxonomy affords a view from the top, facets help us muddle through the middle, and tags build bridges at the bottom.
The category of first sentence makes sense only if it is looking forward to the development of thematic concerns it perhaps only dimly foreshadows.
I love finding - or inventing - ways to categorize people.
Individuality outruns all classification, yet we insist on classifying every one we meet under some general head.
Outside speech, the association that is made in the memory between words having something in common creates different groups, series, families, within which very diverse relations obtain but belonging to a single category: these are associative relations.
The first category comprised those for whom books were the only breath of fresh air in their claustrophobic daily lives. His favorite customers. They
I don't think of myself as fitting into a category. But I had to be careful in all of my books not to repeat things, because I have these ideas, and though the subjects were disparate, the same idea would come up through different portals.
When you get past making labels for things, it is possible to combine and transform elements into new things. Look at things until their import, identity, name, use, and description have dissolved.
Tools that provide simple ways of creating groups lead to new groups, [ ... ] and not just more groups but more kinds of groups.
A hierarchy within the hierarchy
The internet does not adhere to the inherent, necessary asymmetry of high-versus-low-art categorizations that we use in the cultural sector: in a banal sense, all photographs on the Web are orphans ready to be claimed.
Be able to identify the most common breeds of dogs and cats on sight.
Making art is complicated because the categories are always changing. You just have to make your own art, and whatever categories it falls into will come later.
discriminate between the
(Visibility makes possible, but it also disciplines: disciplines gender, disciplines genre.)
Genre categories are irrelevant. I dislike them, but I do not have the casting vote.
Undecidability is a useful category even in dealing with restaurant menus.
Order, unity, and continuity are human inventions, just as truly as catalogues and encyclopedias.
Cats vary so widely that all data is meaningless and the professional classifiers gnash their teeth trying to come up with even a single fact common to all.
Entering a library, I am always stuck by the way in which a certain vision of the world is imposed upon the reader through its categories and its order.
Objects are inorganic and biological values; subjects are social and intellectual values.
Crude classifications and false generalizations are the curse of the organized life.
Say someone tells me their name - that name can turn into a taste or a color and that's how I categorize it in my mind. It's an easy way of categorizing things.
Lists are how I parse and manage the world.
Among human beings, a cat is merely a cat; among cats, a cat is a prowling shadow in a jungle.
Don't classify me, read me. I'm a writer, not a genre.
I'm a cat person.
Every society by its own practice of living and by the mode of relatedness, of feelings, and perceiving, develops a system of categories which determines the forms of awareness.
We need the disruption of categories that lead us to abandon the difficult, the disagreeable, and the least likely to go very far.
The Census Bureau is thinking of creating a new category because so many kids don't know how to describe themselves using the existing categories. I call these kids the "Keanu Reeves Generation," after the actor who has a Hawaiian father and a Welsh mother.
I am first and foremost a catalist; I put people and situations together.
There's information about everything from poetry to
pills, from picture frames to pyramids, and from pudding to psychology
and that's just in the P aisle,
which we're walking down right now.
I think we have to get beyond the idea that we have to categorize people.
On Genres: Do not label me. Do not place me in a box, because when you do, you place limits on my imagination and limits on my creativity, when there are none...
I got cat class and I got cat style
If everything had a label, we would live in a fully delineated but false world.
In the very existence of this book we have a most concrete example of the manner in which at least one of these marvellous creatures [cats], acquiring both an editor and a publisher, has advanced the eventual complete feline take-over of the human race.
Because our minds process information solely through analogy and categorization, we are often defeated when presented with something that fits no category.
You should also try to figure out which people are thing people and which ones are people people.
Refined and delicate natures understand the cat. Women, poets, and artists hold it in great esteem, for they recognize the exquisite delicacy of its nervous system; indeed, only coarse natures fail to discern the natural distinction of the cat.
Craft is not a category; it's a means. The folks running the museum [Museum of Arts and Design]are sharp, and they know this, but they are in a bind.
Categories No. 4 and No. 5: Three small cards to a straight and two small cards with an ace.
In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats.
When I was young, people were almost identified solely by the kind of music they liked. People fell into categories of who liked what.
There're all sorts of cats - just like there're all sorts of people.
Twelve "shame categories" have emerged from my research: Appearance and body image Money and work Motherhood/fatherhood Family Parenting Mental and physical health Addiction Sex Aging Religion Surviving trauma Being stereotyped or labeled
Science is the systematic classification of experience.
I kind of hate the fact that people are always trying to put you into a category. I hate walls, and I hate boundaries. I don't like that. I listen to everything.
From the first dawn of life, all organic beings are found to resemble each other in descending degrees, so that they can be classed in groups under groups. This classification is evidently not arbitrary like the grouping of stars in constellations.
I tend to not want to put labels or categories on the music, only because people come with preconceived ideas about what they're going to hear, or won't come for this reason.
Cats like keyboards, people like to explore and to discover new mysteries.
We categorize as we do because we have the brains and bodies we have and because we interact in the world as we do.
I'm not interested in types. I'm interested in archetypes.
stuff and nonsense
When you're the first in a new category, promote the category. In essence, you have no competition. DEC told its prospects why they ought to buy a minicomputer, not a DEC minicomputer. In
Things are grouped together for a reason, but, once they are grouped, their grouping causes them to seem more like each other than they otherwise would. That is, the mere act of classification reinforces stereotypes. If you want to weaken some stereotype, eliminate the classification. Amos's