Consciousness has less control than believed, according to new theory

This was already formulated in a book I read in 2004 for college:  According to Morsella’s framework, the “free will” that people typically attribute to their conscious mind — the idea that our consciousness, as a “decider,” guides us to a course of action — does not exist. Instead, consciousness only relays information to control […]

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The Stream and the Valley. 

I love you. Like the stream and the valley.   The valley Stands. There. Majestic. Grand. Allowing The big view Upon its crests, Or the intimate At the banks of its acquiescence.   The stream Moving Going Here. Meandering but focused. Out but in. Attacking with no quarter Its determined route While relinquishing to its […]

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Bouncing poem.

Can you see what I can see? I described it is perfectly. The sun has now become a hole in space And I can see the sun set in another place – Can you see it too? We are lucky, me and you. Because when you get caressed by a double sided vision you are […]

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The Role of the Hermit.

The hermit is a conventional scapegoat. The categorization imposed upon a person allows the conventionally faithful their comfort in reality. “…the act of insaturation has to provide the opportunity to encounter beings capable of worrying you. Beings whose ontological status is still open but are nevertheless capable of making you do something, of unsettling you…Beings […]

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There is a certain confusion in philosophical circles in the discussion of beginnings. Commonly we hear of subjects and objects, ideology and such, eras, turns, paradigms. All of these depend upon a particular rhetoric of subjects and objects. One of the problems of philosophy in this area is the same as most of the areas, […]

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