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A short introduction
Mental Construction bridges the explanatory gap between neurobiology and cognitive psychology. Neurobiology informs us that cortical neurons have an All-or-None neural threshold, while cognitive psychology notes that associations link together our thoughts and memories.rn Is there a sensible relationship between the All-or-None neural process and thoughts that are related by associations?rn Mental Construction develops the affirmative answer and consequences.
I am a generalist, reading the discoveries and insights of others, putting them together with ideas from diverse fields, stitching them into broader patterns. This method has served me well through a career in computer science, a lifetime in Mensa, and numerous projects. My interest in thinking and how the mind functions bridges neuroscience, cognitive science, and philosophy.
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