There’s a tree, in front of you, while you walk.
Perception. Your eyes send images to your brain. “It’s a tree”.
In a second, you brain has the image, thus the word and the concept linked to it.
You brain has a powerful tool : Analogy.
If it “looks” like a tree, thus you decide it’s probably one. Then you watch and fix, adapt.
Analogy is pretty good for representations, drawings…
If you hear something behind you, your brain computes immediately a 3D-Map of what is probably there. Then your turn around and your eyes fix, amend the “reality”.
Successive drafts, like instant sketches…
Yes, it’s splitting hairs the French way, to imagine dials. Donc :
- What if a word was a tack? And a strong one…
- What happens when our senses send us something else than the tacked word?
- How do we know that all these are the Letter A?
- Who are those who think with preconceiveness?
- Why am I wary of words (as labels)?
- What are hallucinations?
- Why should we train ourselves to endless improve, enrich, amend what we think we know?
- What is movement, here? Haeccity?
- What is to plug with possibilities and propositions?
- What does “She’s mean” mean?
Have a great day!