The Evolution from Precivilized to Civilized Human Conception

In section 2, subsection iii, The General Nature of First Person Experience: Universal Characteristics, patterns were addressed insofar as the supraphenomenality we model as corporeal ‘matter’ intersects with phenomenality, the mind’s qualitative states.  This boundary consists in congress between organs of sense-perception - eyes, ears, tactile nerve endings, nose, tongue - and aggregate thermodynamic mass comprising our planet’s … Continue reading The Evolution from Precivilized to Civilized Human Conception

Life, Culture, and the Modern Episteme

Perhaps the most distinctive aspect of modern life is its specialization.  There are as many hobbies as individuals to pursue them, as many different products as citizens to purchase them, as many job descriptions as employees to practice them, as many working financial models as successful businesses, and as many subcultures as can be realized. … Continue reading Life, Culture, and the Modern Episteme