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Re [Human Ethology]: Re: In the Eyes of the Beholder: Color, Beauty,

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*Anna:* From the Buddhist point of view, it is extremely important. A man who is aware that he committing evil can be saved ( by repenting, repaying,
Jay Feierman
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Re: Michael Lamport Commons 11:43 AM (4 hours

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Rationality is somewhat rather loosely based on logic, but rather on common sense/experience/knowledge/reliable evidence. Thus it cannot be complete or
pantheon
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3:39 PM

The Next Great War: Conflict Between Russia and the United States Se

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Sure, but let’s just imagine a scenario when they both preempt at the same time, then what? “Right in the kisser”- I suppose. Trumpo reminds me of Ralf
pantheon
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3:32 PM

Re: [human-ethology] Re: In the Eyes of the Beholder: Color, Beauty,

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Anna: What is conscience Jay, can you tell me? Jay R. Feierman [NEW]: It is when we are aware that the parts of our brain that control movement of our body is
pantheon
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3:32 PM

Michael Lamport Commons 11:43 AM (4 hours ago

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However, for consistent systems one can imagine systems of increasing completeness/ computation power resulting in increasingly accurate (read rational)
yanniru
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Jan 17

Latest Papers from PLoS

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Behavior (search online) Correction: Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Executive Functioning in Musicians and Non-Musicians Jennifer Zuk, Christopher
Robert Karl Stonjek
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Jan 17

Dogs can't speak human. Here's the tech that could change that.

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Not only you have no sense of humor but you are also uneducated and narrow-minded. Codes are rules for constructing words and sentences to convey meaning .
pantheon
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Jan 16

Is there such a thing as objective morality?

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Michael Ragland: If colors are not properties of objects but of the perceptual processes of observers, how does that relate to the question of whether "beauty"
danielschoonover47
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Jan 14

When does "inspiration" attach to scripture?

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*​J​​ay R. Feierman​:​* Thanks Jim. That is very interesting and informative.I'll address some of your questions in the last paragraph. First, what
Jay Feierman
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Jan 12

The Case Against Reality

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None of what you printed out goes to the issue about "reality" and "what is seen" etc. But I have read this guy's drivel. He's at least partly right, in some
Glen Sizemore
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Jan 12

Re: [human-ethology] Phenotype, Form, and Function

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*Jay R. Feierman:* Hi Jim. Thanks for contributing to this discussion. I don't think the issue is "meaning." Rather, the issue is whether beauty is in the
James Gray
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Jan 11

Re: [WPAEvolutionaryPsychiatry] A Philosopher's View on the DSM-V

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*Paul St. John- Smith:* Hi Jeff and Jay. I think you are both arguing different bits of this.The scientific method uses inductive reasoning to generate
Jay Feierman
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Jan 11

Re: [human-ethology] Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis

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"I just read the first two paragraphs. It would be painful to read more." GS: Now you know how I feel about virtually everything that you write...yeah "beliefs
Glen Sizemore
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Jan 2

Re: John S. Price

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Here is John's earliest paper on evolutionary psychiatry, which was published in 1967. Does anyone know of any paper by anyone on evolutionary psychiatry that
Jay Feierman
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Jan 2

Form, Function and Causality in the Life Sciences (long dialog)

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Jay R. Feierman: I agree because an orange is in the "physical" ontological realm of mass, energy, force, space, time and information where one can have
Glen Sizemore
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Dec 29, 2017
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