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Originally posted by Kluute
reply to post by DrFaustus
I forgive your inability to see past what you already know.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
Knowing that humanity treats information in these two ways (and a couple others) on most occasions, perhaps the viewpoint should be more to correct any misinformation for those who require the corrections? And then those of us who are not consumers of information can find inspiration for further lines of thought by reading your statements?
Originally posted by DrFaustus
Wow! Where to begin?
The first half was basically a bad rehash of a number of lectures given by Daniel Dennett who is the Fletcher Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. In particular this lecture...
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The explaination of cognative dissonance was horrible. I suggest of you are interested in this even Wikipedia will give you a better introduction.
Also the split brain stuff was very weak, again if you're interested look up Roger Sperry here's a starter link for you www.nobelprize.org...
As for the physics half of the video I had to stop watching.