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I, Ego, Self Blackmore Pauen V 244
I/Ego/Blackmore/Pauen: Blackmore thesis: Beliefs are only accumulations of memes that change constantly. VsMinsky, VsDennett: The self also has no pragmatic value. >Memes. Unencumbered by it, we can have an unbiased access to the present. (Th. NagelVs.)
V 245
I: the I is not the origin of our desires, but the function of bundling. PauenVsBlackmore: how should continuity be preserved at all? >Personal identity.
Vs: Individuals can behave very differently to desires, even if they belong to the same social group.

Blckmo I
S. Blackmore
Consciousness London 2010


Pau I
M. Pauen
Grundprobleme der Philosophie des Geistes Frankfurt 2001

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Disputed term/author/ism Author Vs Author
Entry
Reference
Blackmore, S. Pauen Vs Blackmore, S. Pauen V 244
I/Blackmore/Pauen: beliefs are merely accumulations of memes that are constantly changing. VsMinsky, VsDennett: The self has no pragmatic value either. Unencumbered by this, we can have a more unbiased approach to the presence. (NagelVs.)
V 245
I: no source of our desires, but a function of bundling. PauenVsBlackmore: how should continuity be maintained then?
Vs: individuals can behave very differently to desires, even if they belong to the same social group (controlled by memes).

Pau I
M. Pauen
Grundprobleme der Philosophie des Geistes Frankfurt 2001