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For example, "the sight of the flash from 46 Chapter 4 the mortar fired at a distance, the hearing of the report" (p. 365). Because the speed of light is much greater than the speed of sound, there is a physically determined basis both to the antecedent and consequent order in which the events are sensed, and to the time separating the two events. Mill also held that of the two types of associations, the successive is more prevalent than the synchronous. The fact is that events in the world, and our relation to them, tend more to keep changing than to remain static .
Second, the input changes continuously, unless one were driving on a perfectly straight road. 2 illustrates the kinds of behavior involved in learning motor skills, and in perfecting sports activities. Through practice and instruction, the novice learns both to take advantage of whatever regularities there are in the input, and to deal with changes in the spatial conditions of objects in the environment. If only by analogy, we can extend the continuous closed-loop paradigm to include educational systems.
That this inclusion has not been uniformly accepted has complicated and confused our dealings with concepts of egalitarianism and individualism. We are equal in that each of us has the right and obligation to pursue the search for happiness in his or her own way. Ours is perceived as a highly egalitarian and individualistic society based upon laws that guarantee liberty, at least ideally. These laws are predicated upon mutual respect for each other's individualism. Our political and educational systems take these largely psychological issues into account.