Parallel processing and the human mind: Re-understanding consciousness with James Joyce's Ulysses

@inproceedings{Hogan2013ParallelPA,
  title={Parallel processing and the human mind: Re-understanding consciousness with James Joyce's Ulysses},
  author={P. Hogan},
  year={2013}
}
  • P. Hogan
  • Published 2013
  • Philosophy
  • Abstract Research on neural models for cognition suggests that thought is far from a simply serial process. Nonetheless, there has been relatively little work on which parameters govern just what aspects of thought are parallel and what are serial. Clearly, speech as such is serial. In consequence, interior monologue (understood as subvocalised speech) is serial. Moreover, stream of consciousness – mental experience not confined to subvocalised speech – must be articulated in serial form in a… CONTINUE READING
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