That little voice inside your head – is that really who you are ? That reflective, incessant narrator of self… Continue reading Is Your Inner Narrative You ?
PTSD and psychological trauma remain empirical facts to be disentangled and negotiated through tactful intervention but the hyper-medicalisation of that knowledge and administrative reach into an individual’s experience foundationally inflates the expected contours and probable expressions of those pathologies. Continue reading Concept Creep and the Necessity of Organisational Ambiguity
What does an attempt to generate an artificially intelligent Theory of Mind (of the existence of intentions, experiences and inference of probable future actions) in other entities reveal about our own existential circumstances and the fundamental uncertainties of our own experience ? Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Simulating a “Theory of Mind”
There is so very much, much more to your mind and brain than you will ever have full control of or even access to… Continue reading Cognitive Unconscious
…most of us blunder our way through the world (at least, but not solely – emotionally) from one disaster to another. We seek that Other that is only ever going to be superficially “right” for us because at some deep level of awareness we know that our very essential nature and psychological being requires dissonance and discontinuity to continue to exist…
Continue reading Eros and Thanatos
Nurture creativity wherever you find it – in yourself, in others or in the world. It is far too precious to waste… Continue reading Nurturing Creativity
While pleasure may predominantly be all about the possessions, people and experiences we collect and consume, happiness is probably much more about knowing when to let all of this go, of being unattached to things. Pleasure and happiness are not mutually exclusive but there exists a significant difference between them… Continue reading Pleasure or Happiness ?