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A mental representation is presumed to produce mental objects corresponding to physical objects and manipulate them, thus encompassing all perception, memory, and thought. There is no such line.’ (Feynman et al., Feynman Lectures on Physics) It may seem that the action - perception line, ...

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RT @aharutyu: Giving in to contemplative mood of this year, I wrote a small essay recently that pondered agency, the philosophical biases we have about it, and its blurry lines with the environment. https://t.co/lY33ivbgnD Hope it's at least somewhat as fun to read as it was to write :) https://t.co/hjbO40rYH9
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A mental representation is presumed to produce mental objects corresponding to physical objects and manipulate them, thus encompassing all perception, memory, and thought. There is no such ...

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& Cambridge Science Festival

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