RE: Non-sensory experiences

Date: Tue Nov 06 2001 - 15:29:59 MST

From: Lee Daniel Crocker

really do exist concepts newly formed _in the mind_, and conscious
processes operating on them that have no foundation in sensory
input or memory. They are certainly few and far between, but the
conjectural nature of science and human advancement depend on them.<

The mind which is housed in the brain. The evolution of the brain is directly connected to sensory input and output.

Let's not disregard Popper. I'm not sure if there aren't a number of stratas on which to view this subject. Give some discuss examples of newly formed concepts in the mind that have no realtionship to any aspect whatsoever of sensory stimuli.


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