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cognitive

The cognitive is most simply described as a rejection of the mechanistic paradigm on grounds derived from cognitive science? and the bond-centred view of quantum mechanics?. The more common cognitive mindsets tend to treat bonds or links between things are primary, and the beings doing the cognition as a secondary or consequence. That is, to see causality originating with cognition? itself.

A cognitive politics is probably morally decisive, particularly with respect to treatment of beings of similar cognition, e.g. other members of Genus Homo, and supports the development of technology to collate and compile collective cognition and create collective intelligence. Like postmodern politics it probably is also not able to kill the big bugs in the kitchen, but, it probably can find a way to scare them away.



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