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Dear At et al.,
Consideration is a dual-process, not 'either-or'.
When mapped vis a vis holism that is requisitely true.
The consideration of a 'particular' occurs because
such 'particular' -is
John M wrote:
your proposal sounds like: here I am and here is my mind .
What gave you the idea that the two can be thought of as separate
The fact that we differentiate between a bowel movement and a thinking
process in philosophy ... does not MAKE them separate entities.
Stephen Paul King wrote:
I really need to know where you acquired this idea about Goedel It
is foreign to me! Please cite me a source! I do not understand how we can go
from a proof that formal models that include arithmetic operations will
contain statements that are
Lengthy response follows: Ignore if not interested.
John M wrote: (Some criticisms which I am struggling with genuine effort to
understand, independent of attacks on style,
which I may have started. Sorry
A few factors:
1. BRAINS AND BRAIN SOFTWARE ARE HIGHLY SPECIALIZED AND OPTIMIZED
Dear Eric, I don't want to bore the list, will reply in private. Just one
rem to #4:
I may dislike something without providing a better format. To say it's
wrong doesn't oblige me to improve/teach. Not even in scientific circles.
John Mikes Ph.D.
- Original Message -
From: Eric Hawthorne
Also you plunge into the 'computer' idea, a machine that thinks using
Again, in classical reductionism, as a Ding an Sich a white elephant on
The reason that I try to describe thinking that way (in isolation
from its incarnation) is so that we can characterize the
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