In 1985, Nadin started research into mind processes based on the thesis that mind exists only in relation to other minds.
In 1985, Nadin started research into mind processes based on the thesis that mind exists only in relation to other minds. The results of independent research in cognitive science at Brown University, reported in the Chronicle of Higher Education in 1992, confirmed Nadin’s thesis. The implications of his work include important applications for the education of minds and for the cognitive processes underlying creativity. Other major implications pertain to variable computer configurations and self-configuration driven by anticipation.
Results of his research were presented at international conferences:
The Cognitive Condition of Design, and The Digital Eye/I. (See: The digital I/eye revisited.)
Another characteristic of minds that Nadin introduced is anticipation. (See: Mind – Anticipation and Chaos)
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