Posts Tagged ‘mind’


Body & Mind or bodymind

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The Book That Most Changed My Way of Thinking

When asked what book has influenced me most, what comes immediately to mind is Douglas Hofstadter’s book about the workings of the mind, Godel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal, Golden Braid. This, Hofstadter’s first book, written over 20 ago, won the Pulitzer Prize for a non-fiction book. It is a book to be read more than […]

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Henry Ford’s Mindset

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” Henry Ford

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The Rules that Give Your Mind Its Power.

“What sorts of ‘rules’ could possibly capture all of what we think of as intelligent behavior however? Certainly there must be rules on all sorts of different levels. There must be many ‘just plain’ rules. There must be ‘metarules’ to modify the ‘just plain’ rules; then ‘metametarules’ to modify the metarules, and so on. The […]

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The unconscious mind as an operating system. An analogy between the mind and a computer.

The analogy I have outlined here is only an analogy… The symbol <==> between body parts and computer parts means something like, “have some functions in common”. I hope that when you ponder this set of analogies, you will not substitute, “Equals” or “is the same as” etc. I have included links to definitions and […]

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