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A Place of Dreams and Delusions – the evolution of the contemplative mind
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Events and Observations: How we know what we know

It has long been fascinating to me to see the confusion that arises due to the conflation of two or more “logical types” (Russell) or “orders of abstraction” (Korzybski), particularly in the theories and literature of modern physics (and cosmology). … Continue reading

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A Place of Dreams and Delusions

The evolution of the contemplative mind  In the novel, A Week in December by Sebastian Faulks, a character explains to his girlfriend why his brother is genetically, incurably schizophrenic. he tells her, “––it’s like this. Species change because, as they breed, minute … Continue reading

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