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  • Performer: Conscious Structure
  • Title: Non-Human Figure
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Goth Rock
  • MP3 album: 1312 mb
  • FLAC album: 1698 mb
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Conscious Structure - Non-Human Figure download album

In Figure 1, non-conscious processes relating to CES activity including those responsible for the reiterative creation of the personal narrative are shown in the oval bubble. The non-conscious end-products of CES activity that form the personal narrative are shown in the rectangle immediately above the bubble. not consciously and deliberately figure out what narratives to tell and how to tell them. Our tales are spun, but for the most part we don't spin them; they spin us. (p. 418).

Convergent evidence indicates that non-human animals, including all mammals and birds, and other creatures, have the necessary neural substrates of consciousness and the capacity to exhibit intentional behaviors. The idea of an artifact made conscious is an ancient theme of mythology, appearing for example in the Greek myth of Pygmalion, who carved a statue that was magically brought to life, and in medieval Jewish stories of the Golem, a magically animated homunculus built of clay

Are these non-humans conscious? Posted by EarthSky Voices in Human World May 18, 2016. Lots of non-humans – octopuses, crows, monkeys, machines – are intelligent. Yet it’s hard to know what kind of mental life non-human animals actually have, and whether it is anything like ours. If it is, does that make it wrong to eat them? Or consider machines, which may develop mental lives of their own at some point. Like all the other animals they have encountered, including the talking animals they violently kill at the table before eating, the human is merely intelligent but lacks consciousness. As such the human has no moral status – she is something to be hunted, or enslaved.

According to Jung, the human collective unconscious is populated by instincts and by archetypes: universal symbols such as The Great Mother, the Wise Old Man, the Shadow, the Tower, Water, the Tree of Life, and many more. Jung considered the collective unconscious to underpin and surround the unconscious mind, distinguishing it from the personal unconscious of Freudian psychoanalysis. The collective unconscious comprises in itself the psychic life of our ancestors right back to the earliest beginnings

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Figure 4. Three adjacent conscious agents. The third agent is replicated at the top and bottom of the diagram for visual simplicity. FIGURE 5. As a special case, conscious agents can be joined to form deterministic or non-deterministic cellular automata (in and Coornaert, 2010) and universal Turing machines (Cook, 2004). Dynamics of Two Conscious Agents. Two conscious agents.

We presented human participants with sequences of objects where stimulus transitions were drawn from random walks along a graph structure. Within the al system, a map-like organisation of the relationships between object representations could be extracted from fMRI adaptation data acquired on the subsequent day. In this map, associative distance between objects formed a metric that allowed us to extract organising dimensions. We could exploit this variability to test for non-directionality in the neural signature, which is a feature of a map-like structure. We converted the number of times each transition was experienced into a distance measure for each individual subject according to the following equation: d 1− c1+cmax.

They are the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious. Working together they create our reality. Due in no small part to the work of Freud and others, the popular focus on the human mind, its role in the behavioral sciences, and the mind/body question solidified. Today, the concept of the mind and its functions is almost always discussed from a scientific point of view. Freud’s Conscious Mind. Since consciousness is best understood as having an awareness of something, being able to call it to mind, it would seem simple enough to qualify only those events we can recall as the activities of the human mind. There are two challenges to this view.

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1 Introduction 0:59
2 Every Time
Drum Programming – Gavin DunawayEngineer – Chris Duncan Viola – Gene Makely
3 Escape 7:08
4 Into Your Hands 5:39
5 Escape (Reprise)
Guitar – Matt Dibeneditto
6 Malsituation
Bass – Matt DibenedittoViola, Violin – Gene Makely
7 Realm: Journey 3:33
8 Non Human Figure
Chorus – Dave BelazisWritten-By – Sarah Van Der Vate
9 Thread: Destination
Performer [Atmospheres, Sound Design] – Dave BelazisVocals, Performer [Sound Design], Written-by – Pat Merrill
10 Fluid
Vocals – Matt Dibeneditto
11 The Last Façade
Piano, Synthesizer, Drum Programming – Dave BelazisViolin – Gene Makely
12 Field of Radiance
Written-By, Lyrics By – Teñoya Bennett
13 Frozen
Keyboards – Teñoya BennettPercussion – Dave Belazis
14 Thoughts In Static
Violin – Teñoya Bennett


  • Artwork By [Layout] – Julia Sifers
  • Cello – Dave Belazis (tracks: 1, 2, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14)
  • Guitar – Dave Belazis (tracks: 2, 3, 8, 11, 13)
  • Keyboards – Dave Belazis (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 14)
  • Mastered By – Tad Banzuelo
  • Performer [Sound Design] – Chris Duncan (tracks: 4, 6, 10, 12 to 14)
  • Photography – Ben Sherman
  • Programmed By – Dave Belazis (tracks: 2 to 5, 8, 10, 12 to 14)
  • Vocals – Dave Belazis (tracks: 1 to 4, 8 to 10, 13), Sarah Van Der Vate (tracks: 2, 4, 8, 11), Teñoya Bennett (tracks: 3, 10, 12, 13)
  • Written-By, Producer, Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed By – Dave Belazis

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