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Before and After Human Consciousness, or The Voice of God vs. Auditory Hallucinations

Psychologist Julian Jaynes (1920 – 1997) asserted that humans were not fully conscious until around 4,000 or 3,000 years ago, the time when the two hemispheres of the cerebrum of our brain (left and right, physically connected by the Corpus … Continue reading

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Dark, Thrilling, Light, Complicated and Other Summer Reading

While walking around Prague during Eva’s and my vacation last month, I couldn’t resist buying an English language book at a Barnes & Noble-type store (in Sweden, like Akademibokhandeln). I cannot account for my reason then to have bought Nothing … Continue reading

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