Created through the DALL-E AI project: https://labs.openai.com/ In remembered-thinking-theory I develop a lot of information from units of remembered-thoughts. The units and their boudaries are something I believe I observed during a deeply introspective phase, but I don't think day to day thinking allows for an easy conception of units of thought. The mind feels … Continue reading Methods-of-Thought: a strategy for dissecting memories of thinking
Die Coast Bye Cecilia is the result of 15 years of writing, editing, and connected research and creative work. The focus of my work was on the art of dialogue, and the development of creative-process that taps into spontaneous creation without reflection. Thinking, Remembering Thinking, Thinking about a Memory of Thinking, and how that Messes with Time presents my ideas on the nature of thought and time. They are derived from life experience as a writer and thinker, and are built on an intellectual platform established by David Hume and Albert Einstein.
Cecilia is the force behind all change in Die Coast Bye Cecilia. Her most stubborn subject is her brother, Alex (Coast). In as much as Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises is about a train-trip to see bullfights in Spain, Die Coast Bye Cecilia is about a canoe-trip to see dragonboat races in Toronto. The novel was developed entirely through the act of free-writing in notebooks, and evolving stories from what quality passages emerged over ten years and thousands of pages. While the characters and their stories are fictional, the scenes and details are pulled from the life of the author, who has worked and lived many lives between Southern Ontario and Vancouver Island. Thinking, Remembering Thinking, Thinking about a Memory of Thinking, and how that Messes with Time is also featured in this book. This essay present's the author's epistemological ideas about the nature of thought and time. Andrew Malcolm is a creative-writer and epistemological thinker who lives in Southern Ontario.
The first quote from Hume, and second from Einstein, strengthen my perspective of the nature of remembered-thinking. The quotes focus on the subjective experience of time when thinking about external events. My essay focuses on the subjective experience of time when thinking about internal-events. Crucial to my ideas is the fact of unitization of remembered-thoughts, of separation, and perceived ordering. As long as perception conceives of remembered-thoughts in the same way as perception conceives of remembered-external-events, Hume and Einstein's assertions about the ordering-principle behind subjective-time-perception holds true for my own ideas.
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