The faculties of the nervous system are evolved. Therefore they depend on environmental pressure. Assuming we can only understand our environment to the extend that our evolved faculties allow us, is there a way to determine the perceptual limitations of the brain? What perspectives are we prone to favor as a result of our perceptual capabilities, which are evolved to solve specific tasks? How can this influence our approach to science? Is there a way to frame questions more "universally," by predicting our capabilities and inferring our blind-spots? Ecology can be used to predict what models humans make of the world, compared to the "whole truth."
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