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By Arne Dietrich

How Creativity occurs within the mind is set the mind mechanisms of creativity, how a grapefruit-sized heap of meat crackling with electrical energy manages to be so outrageously artistic. It has a pointy concentration: to stay completely to sound, mechanistic factors and bring what we will, and can't, say approximately how brains provide upward push to artistic rules.

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This occurs via two steps. First, we break down consciousness into infinitely small pieces and distribute them throughout the brain right at the outset. This avoids the tactical error of getting hold of the problem from the wrong end. Second, we turn the nesting of homunculi on its head and make higher homunculi less powerful than their hosts. In this way, the homuncular regress becomes finite, bottoming out with homunculi so simple that we can replace them with neurons, each itself as unconscious as a silicon switch.

3 You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat The chapter’s title is taken from a famous line in the movie Jaws. Brody, a local police chief played by Roy Schneider, is charged with hunting down a giant great white shark that attacks swimmers in a beach resort. He enlists the help of Quint, a grizzled and experienced shark hunter played by Robert Shaw. Together they set out aboard the old seafarer’s aging vessel, the Orca. It is Brody who catches a glimpse of the great white first. ” Neuroscience is unkind to common sense.

For instance, most people process language in LH, but RH also handles some aspects of language, such as the rhythm and the emotional content of language. Evidently, for language to be full-flavored, we need both hemispheres. One surprising finding was that the non-language hemisphere has very poor inference skills. If a causal situation is presented to a split-brain patient so that the cause is presented exclusively to LH and the effect to RH, the association is totally lost on the person. The same is true if both, cause and effect, are presented solely to RH.

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