The Limits of Mind and “The Bignetti Model”
The mind is so limited that it is unable to provide us with an objective image of truth. And the advanced instruments it has invented can only have a subjective view of reality. Exploring “Neural Correlates of Consciousness” (NCC) is one example; by doing so, we can illustrate the direct path from brain to mind by focusing solely on the physiological, functional dimensions of Consciousness, while the objective, empirical meaning of it remains a futile hope for resolving an insurmountable conflict of interest. This unresolved dispute is primarily responsible for the emergence of three false dualisms in the mind. Like in as in a Matrioska The main outcome of this dualistic viewpoint of his mind in each person is the perception of the presence of a Free-Will-possessing Self. But, how come cognitive processes are so successful in everyday life? The “Bignetti Model” is a cognitive model that describes how cognition can occur in five steps based solely on mental illusions.
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University of Parma, Italy.
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1st-Person Perspective (1PP) 3rd-Person Perspective (3PP) cartesian-like dualism of mind Cognition Conscious Mind (CM) double perspective of mind dual state of mind Free-Will (FW) free-will illusion Neural Correlates to Consciousness (NCC) probabilistic-determinism in mind Unconscious Mind (UM)