There’s a certain generation (or two) that owes its twisted, awkward, scorchingly black sense humor to John Cleese.
Patrizia Bertini's insight:
“One other important distinction between the two is that hare brain always treats perception as not being important, when in fact how you perceive things is enormously dependent on your emotional state. And when you’re more relaxed and focused, you’re much more likely to be more aware.” - it definitively brings back to embodied cognition. fascinating reading!
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