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Sense and Soundness of Thought as Biochemical Process

Authors: Mahmoud A. Mansour

A biochemical model is suggested for how the mind/brain might be modelling objects of thought in analogy with the biochemistry of enzymes, which explains various characters about human thought such as having a top-bottom architecture. The composition of complex ideas out of simple ones is realized as a semigroup C. Then we explain the composition of objects in the act of thought, and prove that every object of thought has a match – another object which makes perfect sense with it – whether meaningful or not. Lastly, we emphasize the role of experience in the evolution of the Algebras of sense.

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