How the mind works. From the neuronal dynamics in individuals to groups to demographics to society and culture.
Essential reading for anyone who needs to know how humans and their activity systems operate. Know yourself - and the others. Just as it would be foolish to stop learning after school, consider this material essential for understanding society and life in general. That goes for governments, organisations, individuals. Because not only will you learn about human behaviour but also about the non-linear aspect of nature. It's everywhere. There are literally hundreds of confirmations from around the world which prove the validity of the model - see below.
Drill into the thought structures by going through some of the major philosophies from antiquity to the present and explore the dynamics from the brain's neurons upwards. By approaching the system of mind from both ends you will learn how it works, regardless of the particular performer. There is no other book like it.
Part I with its 416 pages contains -
Part II (297 pages) contains -
Both are fully illustrated. A total of over 960 references from the real.
See the Synopsis for a chapter-by-chapter breakdown.
It's all there: how we think and form consciousness, how thoughts emerge from neuronal dynamics and build concepts, the function of memory, the creation of ideologies and religion, and what it all means in human affairs. How does an actual artificial mind work, what does it take to simulate the cognitive dynamics in our brain?
The e-book version (Part I + Part II) is available from Amazon Kindle.
The associated programs (OtoomCM, OMo, OWorm, OSound) are available from the downloads page.
The Parallels pages contain over 360 confirmations from around the world, collected after the completion of the model.
Also from the same author:
WARNING: Contains politically incorrect wisdom
Available from Amazon.
By the way: The boxed quotes on my Facebook page are new; they are not repeats from Antidote.
PS: Hopefully Facebook, in its ever changing ways to display images, will have rendered them reasonably well.