With increasing age cognitive performance slows down, including cognitive processes essential for motor performance. Additionally, performance of motor tasks becomes less automatic and requires increased attentional demands in older subjects (57–75 years;
Firstly, with no free will a medical fact, what ppl say prob has little, if any influence on what they do. Esp, when the statements involve magical beings, powers and beliefs, like a god, deamons, the tooth fairy. Our magical minds ‘say” we believe all sorts of silly stuff – mainly silly stuff. But human […]
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The medical facts and experimental bench science evidence is stronger daily – there is no free will and conscious choice in human behavior, any more so than in other animals. Behavior is way to important for evolution and life to have to wait and evolve 3B years for consciousness, subjective experience and language to be […]
With subjective experience, everyday language and consciousness pretty much relegated to correlation with behavior (at best) and probably not very causal (if at all) – that leaves the written and verbal reports, on which history is based, suspect if not worthless, in explaining events.
By definition, knowledge is statements that can predict measurable events in the future. Other statements are merely ones of opinion or subjective reports of claimed private and personal experiences. Many or common and popular subjective reports/statements using common, everyday words and syntax we define as cultural beliefs.