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I'm asking about some advice on what to read on the following subjects:
I think that, in order to be able to start thinking or talking about anything, some grand constructs are already present, the nature of which must be examined before everything else. For example, we can articulate sentences with stable meaning, and remember it as the discussion proceeds. How is this possible? I think it is not at all obvious that it should be so. Everything could vanish the next second. How can stable things exist in general, in the material and mental world? How does the evolution of consciousness, if it exists, relate to the above?