On 17 Oct 2013, at 13:34, Craig Weinberg wrote:



On Thursday, October 17, 2013 4:37:58 AM UTC-4, Bruno Marchal wrote:

On 17 Oct 2013, at 04:04, Craig Weinberg wrote:

Right, but the mechanistic model of the brain would not fit very well with that capacity. It would be like each part of a program being able to control other parts by feel.

It is like that.

here is a recursive definition of a brain. It is either a universal machine controlling a second universal machine, or it is a brain controlling another brain.

Bruno

The recursiveness is ok, but why would there be a feeling associated with it?

OK. Let me try to say more.
Because all those pairs of brains are pairs left-brain and right brain. The right brain is specialized in the connection with God, I mean Truth, and first person realities (1p). The left brain is specialized in logic, and assertable beliefs (3p). They can never agree. But if each part respect the other, they will have pretty good communications, to relate on some truth they live and this is what gives feeling to machines and/or relative numbers.





Why and how would one brain control another by feeling and willing rather than modally "believing" and doing?


OK. The left brain believes and want to do, but it controls only one half of the body. The right brain is all impression, feeling, and willing, and control the other half. Keep in mind that each brain, is itself a couple left-brain/right brain. Which makes the natural tension between all the couples very distributed.

The hypostases shows that this picture is incomplete, somehow. You might need to use 8 brains to get one, and not two, assuming specialization area for each points of view. And thus 8*8*8*8*8*...

Keep in mind that a brain does not think nor feel.
Only the "abstract" "true" person that uses that brain, can think and feel.

Bruno





Craig




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