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Bible Facts over Globe

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What is Bible,what is the meaning of bible,who wrote the bible,definition of bible,what is bible all about,what is quran,what is old testament,what is bible study,what is bible,Beginning with Moses - About - What is Biblical Theology,Biblica | What...

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A Brief Guide to Embodied Cognition: Why You Are Not Your Brain

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Embodied cognition, the idea that the mind is not only connected to the body but that the body influences the mind, is one of the more counter-intuitive ideas in cognitive science. In sharp contrast is dualism, a theory of mind famously put forth by Rene Descartes in the 17th century when he claimed that “there is a great difference between mind and body, inasmuch as body is by nature always divisible, and the mind is entirely indivisible… the mind or soul of man is entirely different from the body.” In the proceeding centuries, the notion of the disembodied mind flourished. From it, western thought developed two basic ideas: reason is disembodied because the mind is disembodied and reason is transcendent and universal. However, as George Lakoff and Rafeal Núñez explain:

 

Cognitive science calls this entire philosophical worldview into serious question on empirical grounds… [the mind] arises from the nature of our brains, bodies, and bodily experiences. This is not just the innocuous and obvious claim that we need a body to reason; rather, it is the striking claim that the very structure of reason itself comes from the details of our embodiment… Thus, to understand reason we must understand the details of our visual system, our motor system, and the general mechanism of neural binding.

 

What exactly does this mean? It means that our cognition isn’t confined to our cortices. That is, our cognition is influenced, perhaps determined by, our experiences in the physical world. This is why we say that something is “over our heads” to express the idea that we do not understand; we are drawing upon the physical inability to not see something over our heads and the mental feeling of uncertainty. Or why we understand warmth with affection; as infants and children the subjective judgment of affection almost always corresponded with the sensation of warmth, thus giving way to metaphors such as “I’m warming up to her.”


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Interesante que la ciencicueste demostrando este concepto bíblico ancestral. Dios hizo al hombre una unidad indivisible.

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Claudia M. Reder's comment, May 19, 2013 8:28 PM
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2011/11/04/a-brief-guide-to-embodied-cognition-why-you-are-not-your-brain/
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Соответствуют ли Ваши мысли возможностям Вашего тела? Что из них первично?

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This sounds like an analogy to a government sitting within a society. For example, while a government does technically control the body society through the production of laws (to a limited extent), the body society also influences and effects the government (brain) to produce different results. This is how government can be working independently of (and sometimes, contrary to) the rest of society, just as the society can also work independently of (and, sometimes, when the government isn't being cooperative with society's needs) contrary to the government.<br><br>Thanks for this! :)
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Faith and Wishful Thinking

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Share on Facebook The “I just take Christianity on (blind) faith” attitude can’t be the right approach. It leaves the Bible without defense, yet Peter directs us to make a defense for the hope that is in us.
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Un comentario que revisa los conceptos de fe "ciega" y el rol de la razón y el conocimiento en las relaciones de fe.

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The Bible Among the Myths - Thinking Christian

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Book Review: John N. Oswalt's The Bible Among the Myths (The Bible Among the Myths - Thinking Christian http://t.co/DQZbc4C82y)
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Se presentan argumentos que muestran la diferencia entre los relatos bíblicos acerca de la divinidad y la de otros pueblos en general. El autor discute si corresponde considerar como mitos los relatos bíblicos. 

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Logos 4: Collins Thesaurus of the Bible

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Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

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SAGE to publish The Bible Translator from April 2013

SAGE and United Bible Societies today announced a new agreement to publish The Bible Translator from April 2013.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Is God evil?

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Rabbi David Krishef and his panel of clergy tackle a reader's question about the civility of ancient Israel's God.
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Reflexiones profundas relacionadas con interpretaciones problemáticas acerca del Dios de la Biblia. 

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See It All: from Genesis to Our Time

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Logos’ Timeline maps out every major event and time period in biblical and church history—from Adam to our time. You’ll see how all of the Bible’s people, places, and things interconnect with events that span millennia.
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Una buena forma de tener el panorama del registro histórico de la Biblia!

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Ciencia en la Biblia – Preservando el agua como en los tiempos ...

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Ciencia en la Biblia – Preservando el agua como en los tiempos bíblicos. Una universidad en Israel recrea el método utilizado hace 2 mil años por los nabateos. A- A A+. Una técnica para el aprovechamiento del agua en el ...

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Es útil revisar procesos tecnológicos antiguos para auxiliar en las necesidades cotidianas actuales.

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Bible Facts over Globe

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What is Bible,what is the meaning of bible,who wrote the bible,definition of bible,what is bible all about,what is quran,what is old testament,what is bible study,what is bible,Beginning with Moses - About - What is Biblical Theology,Biblica | What...

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Rasa Padma's curator insight, March 11, 2013 2:34 AM

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Young linguist dedicates career to translating the Bible into rare languages with Wycliffe

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Rachel Powelson plans a career translating the Bible for some of the world's unwritten languages.

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