Qualities of things as we can experience and comprehend them depend crucially on our neural makeup, our bodily interactions with them, and our purposes and interests

Cognitive science and neuroscience suggest that the world as we know it contains no primary qualities in Locke’s sense, because the qualities of things as we can experience and comprehend them depend crucially on our neural makeup, our bodily interactions with them, and our purposes and interests

 

 

All that brains can know has been synthesized withinthemselves, in the form of hypotheses about the world

The only patterns that are integrated into the activities of the brain areas to which the sensory cortices transmit their outputs are those patterns they have constructed within themselves….

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The miracle but calls your ancient name

The miracle but calls your ancient name

Talents rusting unused within us that secrete the poison of self-doubt into our bloodstream

Our doubts about ourselves cannot be banished except by working at that which is the one and only thing we know we ought to do.

Consciousness and Basic Energy Principles

Basic Energy Principles

1. Everything seen and unseen is a form of energy; that energy is derived of consciousness.

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