We have an embodied view of the world; concepts are not abstract symbols that capture ‘perspective–neutral’ relations between concepts and the sate of affairs that hold in the world. Concepts derive from the world itself, and specifically our egocentric embodied view of the world.*

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Language as Art

Part 2 of 2: From the beginning, language has always acted as a medium of expression for arbitrarily complicated concepts; the universality of language allows this communication to happen across cultures. Science has always sought to understand the fabric of reality in its most fundamental form, and yet it is unable to do so beyond […]

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A Subjective Approach to Science

Part 1 of 2: The conventional scientific system looks at the entire objective world as here or there. At the microscopic level, we know that the simple act of observing an electron or proton places that object in that moment and time, implying that it is here and not somewhere else. Quantum Mechanics on the […]

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