Monthly Archives: December 2013

Unnecessary confusions with brain terminology.

Two examples to follow: Correlation vs. Causation To really get a handle on their distinction you need to critically analyze under what circumstances one individual observer can feel reasonably certain about getting the maximum of truth content possible at a … Continue reading

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Update on the Absolute and Contingent Life Realities.

Analytical Examination of an Ongoing, Mesoscopic Existential Reality. The Variable Contingent and the Invariant Absolute Components in Perspective.     Introduction.   “The simplest and most general statement of the identity theory of truth is that when a truth-bearer (e.g., … Continue reading

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Protected: Analytical Examination of an Ongoing, Mesoscopic Existential Reality.

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