Category Archives: Elements of Coping

THE Makeup of Mind: Memory. (Cont’d from prev.. ).

Having briefly noted something about how memory works, we also know that we possess basic memory types. We have for example a sensory and a motor memory. Not infrequently, we are reminded of an event by a smell or a … Continue reading

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The Makeup of Mind: Memory. (Cont’d from prev. blog).

Although the central thesis underpinning this series of postings can, hopefully, be seen to be progressing steadily by courtesy of the processes of evolution, i.e. through an account of brain, to mind and onward to a comprehension of spirit and … Continue reading

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The “One” and the “Many” (Cont’d from previous blog)

In my last blog posting, we witnessed how it is that brain is the perceived and acknowledged product and thus the crowning glory of the life that we have come to know. We also, if only by inference yet just … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Mind. (Continuing on from previous blog).

Volumes have been written concerning that ancient element of social evolution, commencing around 3500 BC, with the discovery of the first idiographic writing in the Middle East, known as civilisation. Yet still the question lingers: how do we define the … Continue reading

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