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Posted in Essays, Musings
Tagged aesthetics, Amanda Preston, Being, Changing paradigms, Cognition, cognitive development, Conceptual metaphor, Embodied cognition, evolutionary anthropology, Identity, Language philosophy, lying, Narrative Paradigm, Neurophilosophy, Ontology, Pedagogy, philosophy, self
An interior Kreuzweg turns six conjoined points out as in time—honeycomb tension— self-taut; each intersection, membrane potential radiates outward potentiating— in- and ex—spires radial— emanation of expressivity, grows antennae, extends extensions: every possible whatcouldbe circumscribed by nothing rings around them. … Continue reading →
Or, on the Philia of Human Being Nietzsche creates metaphors with words and phrases the way the eyes create neural metaphors out of photons, and the way the brain creates cognitive metaphors out of neurochemical impulses received from optic nerves—phenomenological … Continue reading →
Posted in Musings
Tagged Amanda Preston, Being, Cognition, Friedrich Nietzsche, Language, Mental mapping, Metaphor, mirror, On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense, philosophy, Seeming
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