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Neurobiological Affect of Quantum Processes
I am assuming the neurobiology affect of quantum processes already is
an an example of the process itself, if it uses quantum mechanical
processes as interference. Abstract: Processes undergoing quantum mechanics, exhibit quantum interference
effects.In...
I am assuming the neurobiology affect of quantum processes already is an an example of the process itself, if it uses quantum mechanical processes as interference. Abstract: Processes undergoing quantum mechanics, exhibit q...
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Yes contextualization matters, and it is not just the math, but avenues to understanding depth psychology. This distinction was pointed out twice on rationality with regard perception and Jung, as it was written by Blutner ( ...
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Thinking means evaluating information or ideas rationally and logically. Jung called this a rational function, meaning that it involves decision making or judging, rather than the simple intake of information. Feeling, like t...
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Contextualization and Ambigous Perception
Yes contextualization matters, and it is not just the math, but avenues to understanding depth psychology. This distinction was pointed out twice on rationality with regard perception and Jung, as it was written by Blutner ( -http://www.blutner.de ) One mig...
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