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Paradox of the Loving "I": Is there any theory to answer my Paradox?

For the specifics you should probably consult a neuroscientist. But my concept of this would be that our mind-body-system is a network of semi-autonomous subsystems. What I mean by that is, that on ...
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Paradox of the Loving "I": Is there any theory to answer my Paradox?

A pair-bond could be a very real (if not a readily apparent) phenomenon, if we consider how it might work on subconscious level. Yes, on the level of the conscious awareness the partners remain ...
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Paradox of the Loving "I": Is there any theory to answer my Paradox?

I am pretty sure you are making an informal fallacy (e.g. a mistake in reasoning due to the ambiguity of natural languages). A clearly example of an informal fallacy is: 1: Miley Cyrus is a star. 2: A ...
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Paradox of the Loving "I": Is there any theory to answer my Paradox?

You are over thinking it. People interact with their environment. If a person has consistent environmental factors over a significant period of time, they develop behaviour patters that are inevitably ...
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How to make Achilles and the Tortoise argument map?

Here is how to proceed. Prepare a chart with horizontal distance travelled on the x (horizontal) axis and elapsed time on the y (vertical) axis. Mark the tortoise's position with little dots and the ...
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How to make Achilles and the Tortoise argument map?

WHAT I HAVE RN BUT I FEEL IS WRONG 1. Premise 1: Achilles and the Tortoise engage in a race. 2. Premise 2: The Tortoise is given a head start. 3. Reason (Green Bracket): The Tortoise covers a fraction ...
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