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On the nature of thought processes and their relationship to the accumulation of knowledge, Part XV-Limits to cognition: epistemic, random, or both?

On the nature of thought processes and their relationship to the accumulation of knowledge, Part XV-Limits to cognition: epistemic, random, or both?

…s a boundary or edge; a feature or circumstance that restricts what can be done.” Another point about language is that emotion is often attached to the meaning of a word. For example, in the essay in this series on “Evidence” [1],…

On the nature of thought processes and their relationship to the accumulation of knowledge, Part XIII: The nature of evidence

On the nature of thought processes and their relationship to the accumulation of knowledge, Part XIII: The nature of evidence

…associated with the nucleus accumbens and is associated with pleasure and motivation. In the earlier essay in this series on Emotion, we learned that Damasio posits that even the most objective thought we think we are having is run through various…