Mind Science


Logic, Nature and The Town Council

Authors: Marvin E. Kirsh

Consider, in the study of the evolution of human beings, consciousness, and intelligence, the hypothesis that men are a special instance of the reflection of nature, and later in return to this notion, as unproven hypothesis, consider the dynamics of a town meeting when asking about intelligence, consciousness, the genes or evolution, when questioning to scientific rigor, the origin and nature of the logic that pervades existence. If reasoning is a special (or specially evolved) property exclusive to humans how might one account for its lowered or appearing absent property in other species if each by necessity of the assumed hypothesis also reflect nature. Is there a separate nature for each species (excuse the pun) or is the nature of each species the same as a unique, one, nature (reflects) as a single unique entity.

Comments: 10 pages, This manuscript is currently in peer review, accepted for conference proceeding (poster session) "Non Duality and Science" (San Francisco Otober 2009)

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[v1] 31 Jul 2009

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