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You mean as in paying attention to what sources actually say as opposed to
what you'd like them to be saying?
BTW, having ended up in this kind of argument before (as Robin may
remember), to answer a question from another of your posts, no I have never
formally taken a class in psychology. Have you? I don't see how that
relates to your claim at all- which was about conceptions of the
unconscious_including_ the collective unconscious to the 20th century
enlightenment. You don't need a certificate in anything to know that isn't
true. I'm not even sure it makes sense; what is this 20th Century
Enlightenment of which you speak?
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> Subject: Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying
> > Hi Vincent Campbell -
> > >That piece said nothing of
> > >the collective unconscious, said nothing about species memories or
> > >else it is you believe unreservedly. The unconscious simply refers to
> > >functions of the brain that we are not (normally) conscious of
> > It's good to go back to sources, occasionally.
> > - Wade
> Paying attention has been known to come in handy as well.
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