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This is a nontechnical phenomenological proof that pattern-recognition and consciousness are the same activity, with some speculation about the importance of this. Since Husserl, many philosophers have accepted that consciousness consists of a stream of logical connections between an ego and external objects. These connections are called "intentions."… (More)
THE RISING demand for nurses is not a phenomenon unique to the UK. But while nursing shortages are global, their impact is at the point of care, with nurses having to attend to patients in environments where there are so few registered nurses as to test their resilience.