Douglas Hofstadter - Analogies are the core of thinking sözleri
lecture from 2016
sam L. smith
I thought Godel Esher was a fantastic work of abstract bits and pieces but extremely difficult to piece together. I admit to being needful of requirements in order to understand the weight of complexity involved.
Daniel Vázquez Solís
Love the book he wrote with Dan Dennett! A lovely approach for the inner thinking!
Thanks for the upload! I stopped at pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vORB92BU7zk&t=0m29s">0:29 and immediately ordered the "Surfaces and Essences". :) Will watch the rest of the video when I finish the book - for memory consolidation and to check if I learned everything correctly.
Great name for a new book "The Superposition of the Professor the Chef and the Wife" (Hofstadter, 2016)
His lips don't even move.
In an analog universe, any sub field is of analog timing, in which every feature and phenomenon is a product of wave interference frequencies integrated in numbers of numbered dimensions. Complexity in details of the coordinated environment synchronized/quantized now, obscures the inherent simplicity in which information is all "extruded" analogy in superimposed shapes of one connecting principle - eternity now.
Because the "sum of histories" now is observable superposition of analogous states underpinned by an information spectrum, zero to infinity, eternal duration. The quantifiable mechanism of electron phase in spacetime, where it's analog is measurable in context, is a generalized existence of the uncertainty principle turned "insideout" such that either the momentum or the electron position is known. The same principle applies to any quantized wave-particle package, so the neurological distinctions are states of the sub context. It's a concept analogous to the "Surfaces and Essences" theme (?)
maybe its... the golgotha (which means the place of a skull) of cognition?
Lincoln was a great president.
Wow. He uses endless examples for what's he's trying to say. That's too long..
If you have vision to see then you only know discrimination exists by results.
Seeing things in terms of differences and similarities isn't that profound, is it? It's only the fact that we can discern differences that we can use similarities to help us. Thus, it seems more accurate to say that it is the ability for our minds to discriminate that gives rise to analogy rather than analogy being the driving force.
I'll never forget the day I walked into a library, did a search for Bach, and came up with GBE, an Eternal Golden Braid. Thanks D.H.
Dialectics -- Heraclitean, Zenoan, Socratean, Platonian, Aristotelian, Hegelian, AND MARXIAN -- has recently been clarified to the point of unification. See pulsuz video yukle"http://www.dialectics.org">www.dialectics.org