By Jun Tani
How do 'minds' paintings? In 'Exploring robot Minds', Jun Tani solutions this primary query by way of reviewing his personal pioneering neurorobotics study project.
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Spencer- Brown (1969) highlighted a paradox in his attempts to explicitly specify context in his formulation of the calculus of indications. Although details of his mathematical formulas are not introduced here, his statement could be interpreted to mean that indexing the 19 Cognitivism 19 current situation requires the indexing of its background or context. Because indexing the background requires further indexing of the background of the background, the operation of indexing situations ends up as an infinite regression.
Although James is best known as the founder of modern psychology, he also provided numerous essential philosophical ideas about the mind, some of which are quite analogous to Husserl’s phenomenology. In Japan, Kitaro Nishida (1990) developed his original thinking, influenced by Buddhist meditation, which turned out to include ideas with some affinity to those of Husserl and James. Phenomenology asks us to contemplate how the world can exist for us and how such a belief can be constituted from our experiences, by suspending our ordinal assumption that the world exists as a physical fact from the outset.
This direct reference implies the fundamental structure of being-in-the-world, as Heidegger discussed in terms of Dasein. Merleau-Ponty’s (1962) analysis of synesthesia is also worth introducing here. Synesthesia, a neurological condition in which sensation in one modality unconsciously evokes perception in another, has been reported in a variety of forms. Some synesthetes perceive colors upon seeing certain shapes or letterforms, feel textures on hearing particular sounds, or experience strong tastes on hearing certain words.
Exploring robotic minds : actions, symbols, and consciousness as self-organizing dynamic phenomena by Jun Tani