Tag Archives: shared mind

yadda

One can’t help but notice how neurotic we humans actually are when we perceive certain situations/behaviours from a disengaged and aloof-enough, abstract perspective. Last night, for example, I couldn’t fall asleep because the neighbour was watching the telly with the … Continue reading

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weirdness

The other day, passing a group of seemingly puzzled people in the street, I caught the following fragment of conversation: -….It’s kinda weird. -It IS weird! Even the ensuing baffled laughter was predictable. Might I say, a bit irritably predictable. … Continue reading

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trips of the shared mind

As an addendum to my previous post I would like to point to the crucial social factor involved in the kind of mind tricks that Derren Brown enacts. As I have claimed: behavior (or sensorimotor action) cannot ever be restricted … Continue reading

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