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Visiting [art]by[odo] may have you thinking it's unfocussed. What is it about? Art? Audio? Photography? Music? Politics? Ego? Boredom? Is it a blog? Is it an online gallery?
What it's not is a one trick pony, or a Sing Johnny One Note, or a stuck record. It's about more than a single interest, idea or concept. On the surface it may seem scattered, but with time some obvious and some not so obvious connections are discoverable. Look closer and the parallels will pop.
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Tag Archives: Richard C. Francis
competition or cooperation The social intelligence hypothesis emphasizes competitive social interactions. While it is certainly true that our competitive interactions are the most complex among mammals, it is our cooperative social interactions that most distinguish us from other mammals. There … Continue reading
evo-devo The most primitive part of the forebrain, which MacLean referred to as the “reptile brain,” includes structures that, according to him, provided the neural substrates for species-typical ritual or instinctive behavior, and basic homeostatic functions like breathing. Anatomically, you … Continue reading