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Table Of Contents

1.1.1. Chaos and "Chaos"
1.1.2. General Systems Theory
1.1.3. Feedback Structures
1.2 LANGUAGE, THOUGHT AND REALITY
1.3 SYNOPSIS
2.1. THE LOGIC OF PATTERN
2.2.1. Fuzzy Sets and Infons
2.2.2. Structure and Related Ideas
2.3.1. Structural Predictability
2.3.2. Attractors, Strange and Otherwise
3.1.1. Perception
3.1.2. Motor Movements
3.1.3. Genetic Programming
3.2. STRUCTURALLY ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY
3.3. THE DUAL NETWORK
3.4.1. Discrete Logarithms (*)
3.4.2. Chaos and Prediction
3.4.3. Chaos, Prediction and Intelligence
3.5.1. Transformation Systems (*)
3.5.2. Analogical Structure
3.5.3. Transformation, Prediction and Deduction
4.1.1. The Rebirth of Logism
4.1.2. The Rebirth of Psychologism
4.2.1. Boolean Logic and Modern Logic
4.2.2. The Paradoxes of Boolean Logic
4.2.3. The Need for New Fundamental Notions
4.3. THE PARADOXES OF IMPLICATION
4.4.1 Contradiction and the Structure of Mind
4.4.2. Contradiction and Implication
4.5. CONFIRMATION
4.6.1. The Will to Power
4.6.2. Nietzsche on Logic
5.1.1. Montague Syntax
5.1.2. Syntactic Systems
5.1.3. A Formalization (*)
5.1.4. A Comparative Analysis
5.1.5. What is Language?
5.2. POSSIBLE WORLDS SEMANTICS
5.3.1. Meaning and Undecidability (*)
5.3.2. Meaning and Possible Worlds
5.4.1. Formal Meaning and Dictionary Meaning
5.4.2.1. Formal Definition of D(x/V) (*)
5.4.3 The Definition of a Linguistic System
5.5.1. Perception, Action and Language
5.5.2. The Language of Social Behavior
6.1.1. The Trouble with Translation
6.1.2. Chinese and Western Modes of Thought
6.1.3.1. Language and Category
6.1.3.2. Whorf on Culture
6.2.1. Dennett's Computationalist "Explanation"
6.2.2. Consciousness, Virtual Seriality, and Language
6.3 NIETZSCHE ON CONSCIOUSNESS AND LANGUAGE
6.4.1. Consciousness as Perception
6.4.2.1. Consciousness as Catch-22
6.4.3. Consciousness and Self-Reference
6.4.4. Conclusion
7.1.1. Quantum and Stochastic Computation
7.1.2. Kampis's "Main Theorem"
7.1.3. Self-Constructing Robots
7.1.4. Creativity
7.2.1.1. A More Formal Treatment (*)
7.2.1.2. Fuzzy Hypersets (*)
7.2.2.1. A More Formal Treatment (*)
7.2.3.1. A Binary Model of Hypersets (*)
7.4.2. Array Component Systems
7.4.3. Immune Systems as ACS's
8.1. MIND AS A SELF-GENERATING SYSTEM
8.2.1. A General Self-Generating Pattern Dynamic (*)
8.2.2. Summary
8.3.1. Conspiracy and Dynamics
8.3.2. Immunological Pattern Dynamics
8.4.1. The Dual Network as a Structural Conspiracy
8.4.2. Physical Attractors and Process Attractors
8.5.1. The Bootstrapping Problem
8.5.2.1. Constraint Satisfaction Models
8.5.2.2. Competition Models
8.5.2.3. Summary
8.5.3. The Cognitive Equation and Language Learning
9.1.1. Formal Definition of Belief (*)
9.1.2. Systematic Belief (*)
9.1.3. Belief and Logic
9.2.1. Belief Generation
9.2.2. Conclusion
9.3.1. Jane's Conspiratorial Belief System
9.3.2.1. Production of Particular Conspiracies
9.3.2.2. Production of Actual Events
9.3.2.3. Jane's Conspiracy as a "Structural Conspiracy"
9.3.3. Implication and Conspiracy (*)
9.4.1. Conservatism and Irrelevance
9.4.2. The Genesis of Delusion
9.4.3. Rationality and Dynamics
9.5.1 Stages of Development
9.5.2. Progressive and Regressive
9.5.3 Circular Implication Structure
9.7. DISSOCIATION AND DIALOGUE
10.1.1.1. The Innovation Ratios (*)
10.1.2. Structural Instability of Belief Systems
10.2.1. Immunodynamics
10.2.2. Belief Dynamics
10.2.3. Chaos in Belief Systems and Immune Systems
10.3. PSYCHIC ANTIMAGICIANS
10.4.1. The Bible and Belief
10.4.2. Christianity as a Belief System
11.1.1. Reality as a Belief System
11.1.2. Self as a Belief System
11.1.3. Intersections
11.1.4. Language, Conspiracy and Reality
11.1.5. Godfrey Vesey on Inner and Outer
11.1.6. Boundaries
11.2.1. Reality as a Regress
11.2.2. Common Knowledge
11.2.3.1. Reorganization and Reality
11.3.1. Euclidean Space
11.3.2. Linear Time
11.3.3. Conclusion
11.4.1. Synchronicity
11.4.2. Wheeler's Vision
11.4.3. Physics and Pattern
11.4.4. Consciousness Revisited
11.5.1. Perception and Paths
11.5.2. The Feynman Path-Summation Formula (*)
11.5.3. The Psychological Connection (*)
11.5.4. Perturbation Theory (*)
11.5.5. Conclusion
12.1. MULTI-MENTALITY
12.2.1. Dissociation and the World
12.2.2. The Subtlety of Personality
12.3. TRAUMATIC MEMORIES
12.4.1. Dissociation and Logic
12.4.2. The Meta-Dynamics of Paranoid Belief
12.4.3.1. Carl Jung
12.4.3.2. Friedrich Nietzsche
12.5.1. Why Not One Mind Only?
12.5.2.1. The Nature of Human Intelligence
12.5.2.2. Dissociation and A-IS
12.5.2.3. The Question of Implementation
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Ben Goertzl - Chaotic Logic : Language, Mind and Reality From the Perspective of Complex Systems Science

Ben Goertzl - Chaotic Logic : Language, Mind and Reality From the Perspective of Complex Systems Science

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