The theory suggests that there is a structural similarity between certain basic brain forms and certain basic mind forms and that the former provide a credible explanation for the latter. It does not suggest that the causative link has been proved thereby. What is claimed is that in the jungle of brain-mind research (where fundamental physical evidence for speculation is often in short supply) the theory provides a scientifically and philosophically arguable clearing and thus a hypothesis worthy of investigation by anyone interested in the mysteries of human thought. One implication of the theory amounts to a central heresy - namely that, on the accumulating evidence, our traditional and much-cherished one-truth thinking conventions will need to be replaced by two truth thinking conventions.Another implication of the theory is that it now seems entirely possible that the emergence and nature of philosophy itself have been crucially dependent on our long human struggle to extract single responses from thinking equipment that appears necessarily (i.e. anatomically) double and circular - the double cycles being mutually inverted.These were Form: The Riddle and a Solution, 1 st limited edition, Chiasma Press, Cambridge UK ( I 999) [British deposit ... evidence (the worm wiring diagrams) and some of the key philosophical evidence (concerning duality, circularity, self- reference ... Some scientists and/or philosophers whose publications seem to be building-up-biased or synthetically (apparently right brain) driven are as follows.
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