Dream Psychology by Maurice Nicoll

By Maurice Nicoll

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There is some part of all knowledge that is not reducible to propositions. But you might reply “It has already been demonstrated that we can devise a set of algorithms for bike riding that, when fed into a robot, enables it to actually ride a bike. ” No. 3 Whatever algorithm the robot is following, I am not using these algorithms to ride my bike. How do I know? I know first because they are never conscious, and they are impossible to make conscious for the average bike rider. Second, no scan or other image of my brain is going to turn them up.

We do not linguistically represent all problems; we “resonate” with many of them (Gibson 1966, 1979). Our bodies adjust to the movement of the bike, the contour of the earth, the holes in the pavement, and so on. Perhaps the notion of resonance might even help us to 30 chapter one understand why trying to make what we are doing explicit while riding the bike actually interferes with our riding and can make us fall. The algorithms describe the physics of bike riding, let us say, but not the contents of my brain or how I actually accomplish the physical task.

1 individual psychology. This interaction, as mentioned, is referred to in this work as “emicization,” borrowed from Pike (1967). For convenience, let’s repeat the earlier definition of dark matter: Dark matter of the mind is any knowledge- how or any knowledge- that that is unspoken in normal circumstances, usually unarticulated even to ourselves. It may be, but is not necessarily, ineffable. It emerges from acting, “languaging,” and “culturing” as we learn conventions and knowledge organization, and adopt value properties and orderings.

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