Cognitive Science / Creativity / Incompleteness / Neuroscience / Philosophy / Science

Cognitive Science or Cognitive Philosophy?

Creativistic Philosophy

The basic hypothesis behind this blog is that there are no fixed laws of thinking. Our brains are programmable in a way comparable to computers. The processes or procedures of thinking and the representations used in thought are not hard wired but learned and developing and, as a result, can change during life, may be different from person to person and may vary from culture to culture and between different historical stages of cultures.

It may be possible to investigate how each single cognitive structure or piece of knowledge works, how it arises, how it is implemented in terms of more basic structures and eventually in terms of the neural “hardware”, but it would be impossible to find a general set of laws or algorithms of how these processes work. Practically everything (except for the immediate first steps of processing sensual data and the last steps of controlling muscles) can…

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