Biology / Medicine
January 29, 2017
The brain builds the forms and meaning of the substantive content of the outside world. What we see are forms without content that are being built by the brain as probability of our interaction with the environment. The brain in specific areas creates odors that we smell and the flavors we taste and tactile sense-experiences, they are stimulated by widespread sensors in our body. Therefore is the brain the actual manufacturer of our images, colors, sounds, smells and tastes and touch, so they brain's are formal simulations, not objective, of what exists in the environment. To know the objective content of such perceptions, becomes necessary to overcome the old paradigm of "mechanical" science and to develop a more 'high knowledge of what today is still limited by the dualism that arbitrarily separates the subject from' object dela observation....