Whole-System Change LO5535

Andrew Moreno (amoreno@broken.ranch.org)
Sun, 11 Feb 1996 21:00:05 -0800 (PST)

Replying to LO5494 --

On Sat, 10 Feb 1996 JOHNWFIELD@aol.com wrote:

> "...in truth, there is but one state of mind from which you can 'set out',
> namely, the very state of mind in which you actually find yourself at the
> time you do 'set out'--a state in which you are laden with an immense mass
> of cognition already formed, of which you cannot divest yourself if you
> would".
> This was made as one of Peirce's responses to Descartes' prescription to
> "clear your mind" at the outset of any investigation--a prescription which
> Peirce rejected as impossible. People can't do a "memory dump".

I think something similar to "clearing your mind" is possible, but it
requires use of a toolset to generate learning level 3.

Andrew Moreno

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