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Reconciling the immanent/pragmatic ‘now’ with transcendental but probable ‘tomorrow’.

Reconciling the immanent/pragmatic ‘now’ with the transcendental but probable ‘tomorrow’. A critical analysis of statements by distinguished experts in neurophilosophy of consciousness. Statement 1: “Tolerance and empathy are not the same thing,” Twenge said. “Millennials believe that everyone can live … Continue reading

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Beliefs and Reason

Beliefs and Reason Abstract How do we humans make decisions? Are they rooted on ‘beliefs’ or reason? What are, or should be, the principles on which all of our ordinary judgments be based? Are we free to make decisions? These … Continue reading

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*Neurons, the Mesoscopic Boundary Between Quantum and Newtonian Physics.*

*Neurons, the Mesoscopic Boundary Between Quantum and Newtonian Physics.* Back to Existential Reality. Abstract. Any credible model of human brain dynamics must address the issues attending intra-species, interspecies and transfinite reciprocal information transfer. The quantum theoretical approach has been very … Continue reading

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