Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Evolution of Complexity.

The Evolution of Complexity. Introduction. To simplify our brief discussion of this most complex theme we are adopting the philosophy doctrine of the excluded middle proposing that the exposition is meaningful and truthful, i.e., sense phenomenal physical descriptions and metaphysical … Continue reading

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Reply to a mathematics professor comments.

— In WEDconscious@yahoogroups.com, “Dhushara” wrote: “Neural synchrony is (not) about …………simultaneity of processing audio-visual input and the verbal linguistic input.” Parenthesis added. Honestly, I do not understand how any reader can understand my ‘Spanglish’ ramblings! I am trying to say … Continue reading

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Epistemontological Synthesis of Psychopathological States, Part II

Epistemontological Synthesis of Psychopathological States, Part II Conflicting Mental Representations of the Same Phenomenological Data. Introduction. In our continuing effort to strengthen previously published arguments on one important conjecture/speculation in the BPS model of brain dynamics premise about the uniqueness … Continue reading

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Epistemontological Synthesis of Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics

Epistemontological Synthesis of Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics. Chomsky vs. Skinner or Both? Introduction. One of the main obstacles encountered in my development of the Neurophilosophy of Consciousness model of brain dynamics had consistently been to demonstrate the crucial role the ‘generative’ … Continue reading

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