| Seeing, agreeing, being & believing as different levels of cognition | Eye: A bodily organ that senses visual information Perception as the processing of physical sensations (sight, sound, taste, touch, smell, etc.) Aye: A sound used to indicate positive sentiment Association as the processing of perceived relationships (positive / negative; same / different; if […]
Language is an important aspect of human cognition. We could even say that human cognition is defined by language. But what makes language such an effective cognitive utility? The answer could be words and the multipurpose ways in which we use them. As the foundation of language, words are also foundational elements of cognition. The […]
By describing cognitive representations as images, we can illustrate how the mind may work as an emergent system.
Like the story of the unicorn, there is a certain kind of wisdom hidden in the mythology of the divine Muses and their role in inspiring mankind’s achievements in the arts and sciences. The names of the three original Muses suggest their most significant manifestations: Melete (meditation, mental practice), Mneme (memory), and Aoide (song, voice). […]