Andrew Malcolm paddling Comox Harbour, Vancouver Island, 2007 Thinking is mental activity that's remembered, as opposed to mental activity that isn't remembered. Thus there is a step that proceeds thinking: translating mental activity into a form recollectable through short-term memory. My essay is a description of the basic, initial steps taken to translate mental activity … Continue reading Don’t Squander Your Capacity to Conceive of the Infinite
Methods-of-Thought: a strategy for dissecting memories of thinking
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
Thinking, Remembering Thinking, Thinking about a Memory of Thinking, and how that Messes with Time: Part 2 (The Permanence Review #8)
In the second sentence, Einstein reports on an experience that must be described as remembering-thoughts-remembered-about-remembering-remembering, or some immense layering of complexity in remembered-thinking. There are reports of the memories, which he remembers-remembering, and reports of feelings, that he remembers feeling in association with the remembered-remembering. But most importantly, there is in the sentence an explicit analysis about the connection between different units of remembered-remembering, guided by remembered-feeling.