Tag Archives: cognition

Cybernetics Within Us – Saparina

In this post, we will see the book Cybernetics Within Us by Yelena Saparina. About the book Can a rat tell the difference between a Raphael Madonna and a Picasso Girl in Blue? Would a Martian (if there is such … Continue reading

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The Principles of Philosophy – Rakitov

In this post, we will see the book The Principles of Philosophy by Anatoly Rakitov. About the book: The structure of this book permits the student to read and master its matter in varying order according to the aims and purposes he … Continue reading

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The Riddle Of The Self – Mikhailov

In this post, we will see the book The Riddle Of The Self by F. T. Mikhailov. About the book: The question of consciousness, of its relation to being cannot in principle be reduced to a particular scientific problem of the … Continue reading

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Science for Everyone – Ethology What Animals Do and Why?

Ethology is derived from two Greek words: “ethos”, meaning character, or custom; and “logos”, meaning study. In this post we will see another book in the series Science For Everyone. This one is titled Ethology – What Animals Do and … Continue reading

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