What the Bleep – Down the Rabbit Hole(usa, 2006)

June 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

ARNTZ, William, Betsy CHASSE et Mark VICENTE : What the Bleep – Down the Rabbit Hole, usa : Fox Home Entertainment , 2006, 152 min.

What the Bleep Do We Know!?(usa, 2004)

June 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

ARNTZ, William, Betsy CHASSE et Mark VICENTE : What the Bleep Do We Know!?, usa : Roadside Atrractions, 2004, 109min

http://www.whatthebleep.com/

“The brain processes 400 Billion bits of information a second. But, we are only aware of 2,000 of those.” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza, D.C.

http://www.drjoedispenza.com/

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May 31, 2012 § Leave a comment

Embodied cognition이나 extended cognition이라는 개념이 흥미로운 것은, body-mind dualism이나 person-environment dualism에서 벗어나거나 벗어날 수 있는 단초라는 것이다. 동양에서 보는 사람과 우주와의 관계와 훨씬 비슷해진다. 비록 이 개념들의 끝이 온몸에 chip과 기계덩어리를 장착한 인간과 무선통신망으로 이루어진 환경이 될 수도 있지만… 탯줄을 끊고 나왔을 때 그대로의 사람도 있는 그대로의 자연과 충분히 교감할 수 있는데…氣…그럼 理는 뭐지? 동양철학도 이분법에 바탕을 뒀었나?

Situated, embodied realism

May 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

A. Chemero , “Situated, embodied realism”, in Jose Burgos and Emilio Ribes (eds.), Knowledge, Cognition and Behavior, 177-204, 2007.

https://edisk.fandm.edu/tony.chemero/papers/realisma.pdf

Embodied cognition : A field guide

May 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

Anderson, M. (2003) Embodied cognition: A field guide. Artificial Intelligence 149: 91-130.

http://www.agcognition.org/papers/AI_Review.pdf

Defending extented cognition

May 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

A. Chemero and M. Silberstein, “Defending Extended Cognition”, In Love, McRae, and Sloutsky (eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 129-134, 2008.

https://edisk.fandm.edu/tony.chemero/papers/cogsci08pub.pdf

Max Velmans

May 28, 2012 § 1 Comment

Velmans, Max (1990). “CONSCIOUSNESS, BRAIN AND THE PHYSICAL WORLD” Philosophical Psychology 3,(1), 1990, 77-99.

Figure 2. A Dualist model of the causal sequence in visual perception. Light rays from a cat (as-perceived by an Experimenter) impinge on the Subject’s eye. Impulses travelling up the optic nerve produce a neural representation of the cat within S’s central nervous system. CNS activity, in turn, has a causal influence on S’s mind, resulting in a percept of a cat. It is central to this model that the percept (of a cat) in the mind of S is quite separate both from the neural representation (of a cat) in S’s brain and the cat (as-perceived by E) out-there in the world.

Figure 3. A Reductionist model of the causal sequence in visual perception. Light rays from a cat (as-perceived by an Experimenter) impinge on the subjects eye. Impulses travelling up the optic nerve produce a neural representation of the cat within S’s central nervous system. This CNS activity is subjectively experienced as a percept of a cat (in the mind of S) but neurophysiological discoveries will show this subjective experience to be nothing more than a state of or function of S’s brain.

Figure 4. A Reflexive model of the causal sequence in visual perception. Light rays from a cat (as-perceived by an Experimenter) impinge on the Subject�s eye. Impulses travelling up the central nervous system produce a neural representation of the cat within S’s central nervous system. Information within this neural representation is incorporated within an ‘experiential model’ of the cat produced by the brain in the form of a cat as-perceived by S. This is ‘projected’ by the brain to the judged location of the initiating stimulus, out-there in the world. As in the Dualist and Reductionist models the the neural representation of a cat in S’s brain is separate from the cat (as-perceived by E) out there in the world. Contrary to these models, however, S’s percept of a cat and the cat as-perceived (by S) are one and the same. Indeed what S experiences is similar to what E experiences, viz. a cat out there in the world, but viewed from S’s perspective rather than from the perspective of E.

http://cogprints.org/238/1/199801005.html

 

Velmans, Max . “Reflexive Monism “, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2008.

A dualist model of perception

A reductionist model of perception

A reflexive model of perception

 

http://goldsmiths.academia.edu/MaxVelmans/Papers/980443/Reflexive_monism

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