Category Archives: Neurophilosophy of Consciousness

Is language at the roots of life and conscious free will?

(cw) Then what do you mean by control all of nature if string THEORY has free will? Am I not part of nature?   The advantage of all these discussions is that one is challenged to search for the common denominator(s) connecting … Continue reading

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The sequence sensory conceptual creative critical thinking.

A previous participant most likely was quoting HELEN Blavatsky: “Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a … Continue reading

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The rationale behind religious services. Part two reply to a New Zealand scholar.

Dear Chris, we agree much more than you are able to discern when judging with your individualized framework filters on. When you say: “…You are right that religion brings people together….. Life IS immortal. Animals since the dawn of history have … Continue reading

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BioPsychoSocial Integration of Emotional and Rational Reality.

The survival of humankind depends on the survival of the JudeoChrIslamic rituals. BioPsychoSocial integration of the emotional and rational components. The ‘emotional’ elements in one’s quotidian life inside our vital mesoscopic environment is not very different to that of other … Continue reading

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The practical ongoing human survival now & the ideal survival forever…

View Source Statement: “The validity of this version of the ‘Design Argument” for God’s >>existence depends essentially upon “watches, and worlds” being  >>indistinguishable. Does that bother anyone else? That’s my question to  >>the group.“ Reaction: Of course it should bother any … Continue reading

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Questions and probable answers.

Once again, I have to give credit to X’s more objective perspective in reconciling Y’s extreme conservative ‘mind’ perspective with Z’s extreme liberal physical ‘brain’ views, both of which IMHO are necessary but by themselves not sufficient for a credible, … Continue reading

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Spontaneous negentropy misunderstanding…

Quote: “Deriving a second order differential equation for a likely system of wave-like monopoles and its solutions is not a gargantuan task, especially on the basis of symmetrical considerations; however experimentally settling upon the masses, indeed is.” In my opinion the justification for a ‘multiverse’ approach … Continue reading

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Universal Holism and Individualized Reductionism.

Universal Holism and Individualized Reductionism When a Whole Cannot be the Sum of its Parts Plato, Kant, Nietsche evolving views on complex dynamic existential reality. INTRODUCTION. It is almost impossible for a normal healthy human being to have an opinion … Continue reading

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

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