Exploration of phenomena necessary for philosophy to break out of a pre-philosophic state, involves development of mental functioning as the brain evolved. A tripartite path evolves: development of... More > the brain in the animal kingdom, development of the brain specifically in human evolution, and development of the brain in individuals both as they develop as children into adults and as the adults increase their consciousness through life.< Less
Narrative poetry in the postmodern style. The verse is not strictly formal, nor does it rhyme, though there is frequent slant rhyme and consonantal alliteration. The rhythm is basically iambic... More > pentameter, except where it needs not to be.< Less
Where does meaning come from?
How do children learn meaning?
Do synonyms mean the same thing?
What’s the difference between antonyms and negations?
What’s the difference between synonyms... More > that do not mean the same thing?
Are there axioms? How are truths self-evident?
These and more questions are approached in SHADES of MEANING.< Less
Mental Functioning is an attempt at enumerating the functions of the mind, considering the diverse vocabularies which have arisen from the multitude of disciplines which have laid claim to the... More > territory, and organize them into a manageable framework for application in neurophilosophic attempts to understand the mind.< Less
An introduction to the nervous system, which began as a course designed for graduate teachers and psychologists working with neurologically handicapped individuals; has been expanded to aid those... More > interested in functions of the mind, attempting to provide a platform for integration with neuro-philosophy.< Less