Metaphysics Practice makes perfect

Discussion in 'Metaphysics' started by tablet, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    or Perfect practice makes perfect?
     
  2. Zsandmann

    Zsandmann Premium Member

    Well practicing anything doesnt hurt, and it can stop you from embarrassing yourself sometimes as well.
     
  3. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    If you did something perfect, would you still call it practice?

    ---pineapple
     
  4. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    Well practicing anything doesnt hurt
    You sure Z? I think you've been out on the beach for a long time now. :D

    If you did something perfect, would you still call it practice?
    I started this thread to see where it will lead us. How about: Can you do something perfect without practice?
     
  5. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    Yes...Its called "beginners luck"
    :p
    ---pineapple
     
  6. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    Now we will have to talk about LUCK as well. :bouncy:
     
  7. Zsandmann

    Zsandmann Premium Member

    Yeah, a broken clock is right twice a day. You have a chance of doing it right. But, is there a such thing as perfect? There is right and wrong and in between, but isnt perfect just an ideal term of fancy.
     
  8. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    perfect is something you havent found a flaw in....yet

    ---pineapple
     
  9. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    Perfection is an idealogy. I created this thread just to see what's on your mind.

    [Edited on 12-10-2004 by tablet]
     
  10. Fitzpatrick

    Fitzpatrick Member

    As was said before perfection doesent exist it is a word and opinion that the mind has bound onto a situation
     
  11. junior_smith

    junior_smith Premium Member

    in sports there are people who practice 24/7 and there are people who never practice and and are still as good as the people who always practice, but the real superstars the ones you idolize as a child are the ones who are born with talent but practice every day.

    i think this comes down to nature vs. nurture, and my answer to this, is a combination, leading more to nurture.