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The basic question is:

How to know what I, the other and the others have in mind?

"How do I think in the form of representations of experiences seen, heard and felt, as well as the ways in which others think?

If you imagine with quality the way I think and how others think, we can compose a unitary version of thinking that serves us, this will serve as an experiential model and, therefore, practicable for our reality."

Dr. Sergio Spritzer

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Nobody says directly what they think.

You need to use an analogy: something that can be seen, heard, done and felt physically in order to “extract”, “capture” the idea.

It is an abstraction, the evoked mental representation. We do think by analogies and not abstractly.

If each person imagines, makes a sensorially evident representation of what they think of themselves and/or others, then we have a phenomenology of the imaginary to be examined and composed between them.

The basic question is how to know what I, the other and the others have in mind, if we are able to constitute a unit composed of representations of what interests us, we move on.

If not, we become executors of a command of which we have no idea and are not able to take positions in relation to it as interacting beings.

Having no idea what one wants, does, what the other understands and does is a serious problem for most human relationships in any field of life.

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"Are we reducing mental experience and ways of thinking to ways of behaving and doing?

Just do what you gotta do! Be practical and objective!

Implicitly there is an induction not to think but to do, and to do without thinking. "

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Have you ever imagined machines making science of themselves? Why is this unthinkable?

In the examination of human thinking through the relational imaginary, machines do not wish to imagine nor have reasons to act in their own cause.

They don't formulate hypotheses, they don't ask themselves: “...what if...? then…? "

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By examining the mind (by examining the imaginary) we will have the opportunity to understand together what we think.

No mathematical formula, word, sentence and no detail of a physical structure of the brain and even the entire mass of it, contain in themselves the understanding of our reality....

Read more at:  https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/examinando-a-mente

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Do the facts speak for themselves?

”The numbers speak for themselves”; just look at the numbers and plotting the graph, says a group of people in front of a complex of computer screens that show a bunch of graphs of different colors and lines.

One of them asks absently: what do they say?

Keep reading:  https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/fatos-falam

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If there were no mind of the human species and only individual minds, communication between humans would be impossible.

It is interesting to know, then, how this local mind of the person and global of the human species works.

For it is through it that we understand not only each other's minds, the minds of animals and the things of the world.

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Thinking Reflectively makes a difference in relationships.

A child swings on a branch high in a tree and calls to his mother: Look mother! See how I know how to swing, how strong I am!

The mother's first reaction is one of fright, getting angry with her son and cursing for being so reckless. If you act like that, he would be scared and might even fall out of the tree....

Keep reading:  https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/pensamento-reflexivo

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The understanding that each one is a point of convergence of a relationship with so many other points as a node in a network of human relationships changes the understanding of the self as that of the lonely skull by Hamlet, Shakespeare's character...

Keep reading: https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/somos-intelig%C3%AAncias-compostas

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Creating or failing to create sufficiently rich and flexible realities also has its adverse effect.

A team scores the goal is euphoric and then takes two from the opponent. What was missing? Sense of reality.

The best decision is the result of the best imagined scenario...

Study how thought can be composed and learn to deal much better with the ghost of antagonism.

Deep down we all want to live in the best way. We just didn't examine which...

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In search of what really matters in common.

Study how thought can be composed and learn to deal much better with the ghost of antagonism.

Deep down we all want to live in the best way. We just didn't examine which...

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Composite Thinking is Composite Living.

Anyone who cannot imagine their position in a flexible and relativized way in the intricate space-time network of virtual relationships will be profoundly disoriented.

It is time to review our personal and collective identities.

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“What's Going On Between Us?

What is happening between us, exclaims almost in unison a couple in therapy. They clash over seemingly irrelevant things and they know it. But they don't know how to define or how to resolve the situation..."

Read more at: https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/o-que-esta-acontecendo-entre-nos

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“The ways of thinking: Unary, Binary and Ternary.

Unary: I have my reason, so you are not right. Linear mode.

Binary: let's argue to see who is right. If I win, mine prevails and yours submits to mine. Surface mode.

Ternary: Everyone can have their reasons and they don't need to be made to antagonize each other. Let's talk to compose what makes sense between your reason and mine and that we are interested in moving forward for our reason, which is important for our good, keeping our differences. Three-dimensional or multidimensional mode. "

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“Human Interaction in the Contemporary World.

Instrumental activity will be very easily automatable as digital technology, but not human interaction that tends to recreate and innovate itself continuously."

Learn to interact in highly complex environments.

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Human interaction has become increasingly complex and challenging since the dawn of civilization.

From the way of perceiving within the digital society, it seems imminent that human relationships will lose their place to the automatisms of machines.

Read more: https://www.neurocom.com.br/post/introducao-livro-interacao-humana

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