Tag: Cognition

Plastic Rose – The Changing Nature of Memory

Isn’t it interesting or perhaps more fittingly alarming that we have precious few markers of passage? A letter is such a finite thing. Perhaps no more finite than a tweet but certainly more tangibly finite. Because the leaf, the bit of tree, it will… Continue Reading “Plastic Rose – The Changing Nature of Memory”

There is no Homunculus (Vlog)

I’m a simple man with a simple lager and proabably should tackle less complicated things. But the more I drink the less I fear looking like an idiot. So….here goes… https://www.pnas.org/content/116/10/3948 “Modularity refers to the idea that mental phenomena arise from the operation of… Continue Reading “There is no Homunculus (Vlog)”

Of News and our Digestion

Musings of a Hound The ‘ring of truth’ is still just an after effect… Or The case for print and excessive subtitles! The news often ruins my digestion. Not because it is bad news mind you. I’ve made peace with the fact that the… Continue Reading “Of News and our Digestion”