Monthly Archives: January 2015

Persons and Neurological Embodiment, Part 1

Persons and Human Neurological Embodiment. Part 1 ┬áN. Kirsch, A. Putman, J. Jeffrey, and P. Zeiger The last post reviewed Cause-Effect descriptions as a type of description that is derived from the Intentional Action Formula (IA, Ossorio, 1995, Persons; Ossorio, … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect

Dynamic neuroimaging techniques (e.g., fMRI) support the exploration of neurological organization in response to behavioral challenge tasks. Using these techniques it is possible to reveal patterns of systematic variation in the allocation or deallocation of structural loci that are associated … Continue reading

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