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Self and all its wonderus resultants.

Friday, 18 April 2008 22:39
What does it mean to be alive and have a self? To believe that one is conscious, with or without free will. To know about your own sense of self. The person deciding things inside and sensing what is outside.

This page is about infinity, consciousness, and reality from the human perspective....but then again, what isn't about the three prior mentioned quantities? that's life in a human nutshell.

is our cognition confined to our cortices or is there something outside of your physical self?

Organisms | On artificial creativity

Robert Anton Wilson

every model we make tells us how our mind works as much as it tells us about the universe. just human symbolic games. the universe itself is bigger than any of our models.

every perception is a gamble. naive realism.
Robert Anton Wilson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Anton Wilson - Wikiquote

Less is and more maybe.
E-Prime - Wikipedia E Prime - Simple English

The Robert Anton Wilson Website - Quantum Psychology

John Lilly || Human biocomputer

John C. Lilly

John Lilly: psychedelic scientist
Human biocomputer

Larry Wall on life || Stranger than Fact || Cancer || human irrationalities || being a bigger soul

Larry Wall is a great(est) soul.
ya that's contradictory, deal with it; I'm irrational.
none of us has the time to figure everything out; we're not called to live in perfect knowledge.
dream dreams larger than fiction; larger than fact.

Why aren't we awesomer?

minds project thought onto consciousness - modeling, making it very real, but that doesn't necessarily mean it is real||true.

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