Date: Sat 24 May 2003 - 03:34:21 GMT
> On Friday, May 23, 2003, at 08:50 PM, Joe wrote:
> > Mind cannot simply be taken for granted
> IMHO it has to be, since it is not explained as of yet.
> As a quality of homo sapiens, do we not take it for granted when we
> speak of humans having culture?
We are progressively explaining the workings of the epistemic (general, generic) mind. The individual mind will forever be beyond absolute understanding, as it continuously evolves beyond any complete categorization of it. But this memetically matters very little, due to the similarities of us all having very closely related evolved brains, which are subjected to existentially similar conditions (body shape and size, gravity, perceptual modalities, presence of others of varying degrees of closeness and estrangement, learning of common yet not universal languages, etc.).
> - Wade
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