Tag Archives: Neurolinguistics

Amazon Book Review on Richard Bernstein’s “Evil”

I am surprised that both the author and the book reviewer take opposite and extreme positions  (rational<–> emotional) on the question of mesoscopic existential reality, criticizing in the process the time honored analysis of Emmanuel Kant in “Critique of Pure … 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 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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