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The Minimal-Mental-Model Hypothesis: Identity

In some key ways, “identity” is a fiction of our mind. A pragmatically useful one, mostly. Continue reading

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Looking through the keyhole

A Minimal-Model Hypothesis of Consciousness The process of creating a ‘model’ of the mind, encompassing it’s myriad facets of perception, consciousness, emotion, and intelligence (all very ill-defined terms in this context) has awakened me to some rather fascinating revelations concerning … Continue reading

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Thought. A project that has been a sort of a side-task for years, is starting to bear some fruit. Probably because this last month has been one of the rare instances when I had a little bit of time to … Continue reading

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