On 5 xxx -1, Marchal wrote:
> Scott D. Yelich wrote:
> >Knowledge is when predicted.
> > If something can be predicted, then that "something" is "knowledge"
> I agree with the second sentence, but I am still uneased with the first.
> Do we know our past ? Is there a sense in saying we predict our past ?
> Bruno

I don't want to debate the direction of the arrow of time.

I am simply saying that through experience we change what we "know" ... 
and that I am working with two methods of doing so.  One is a low-level
"biological" method, the other is a higher-level symbolic/logical
method.  The higher level depends on the lower level, or rather, 
is a direct dependent of it.


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