Definition of bokeh, simply gibberish?

Started Mar 6, 2014 | Discussions thread
LaFonte Senior Member • Posts: 2,776
Re: Definition of bokeh, simply gibberish?

guitarjeff wrote:

darngooddesign wrote:

guitarjeff wrote:

darngooddesign wrote:

guitarjeff wrote:

I never said it had anything to do with the amount of blur. The amount of blur is only one QUALITY of the blur, some may like more, some may like less, amount has nothing to do with it's actual existence. If bokeh is a THING, then it is definable with concrete parameters, if it is subjective, then it's not definable.


  1. of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature."a warm September evening"

Warm is a subjective concept.

Absolutely correct. Warm is subjective, an objects real temperature is a real quality of that object. Whether we find it warm or not is subjective.

Yet warm is in the dictionary which means that something does not need to have concrete parameters to be definable.

The dictionary is a man made object, and it does not have only real objects in it. You are trying to say that the dictionary can make something real or not because of whether it in the dictionary or not.

Like I said, warm is SUBJECTIVE. To deny this is almost insanity. Temperature is NOT subjective, warm IS subjective. The dictionary describes IN GENERAL what many might call warm, it does NOT give a concrete description of WARMTH. Not sure how you can not see this obvious truth.

Were the honorable folks from the theoretical linguistic society kicked out of their web server and they migrated here?

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