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•A brief history of the emergent mind• The human mind is one of the universe’s great mysteries. It’s also possible that the mind, like the universe itself, is an emergent phenomenon. We know that the mind is a function of the brain, but it somehow transcends the brain as well. The unknown “how” of emergence […]
“What is the mind?” Since the mind isn’t actually a thing, this is more of a philosophical question than a scientific one. However it’s a very tricky question, even for a philosopher. Perhaps a better (as in more useful) question to ask is “What does the mind do?” According to Ralph Barton Perry, a 20th […]
Between body and mind, where does emotion come in? The theory of constructed emotion suggests that emotions are the result of a kind of internal forecasting based on present and past sensory experiences of the body.
development growth evolution transmutation cognitive development knowledge aquisition weak restructuring radical restructuring changing connections adding / removing connections reorganizing connections altering organizing principles change transaction transition transformation REFERENCE An Overview of Conceptual Change Theories | Gökhan Özdemir • Douglas B. Clark Beyond Change Management | Dean Anderson • Linda Ackerman Anderson Transactional, Transitional, and Transformational […]
| 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 […]
HOW CLIMBING THE LADDER OF INFERENCE LEADS TO FALSE CONCLUSIONS cognitive levels and feedback loops Have you ever watched someone overreacting to a situation and wondered what the hell they were thinking? Well, we may never really know what another person is thinking, but we can develop a better understanding of how people think […]