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Angel Desai's picture

I-function etc

My original post just got deleted so I'll try to remember what it is I was attempting to think about...

 This latest discussion ties very strongly into what my second web paper deals with, and along with Jean's comments make me seriously wonder if the i-function is a permanant, existing entity. It seems more likely that perhaps the i-function is something that an individual develops over time. For instance,  this thought makes me wonder if the members of this class have somehow altered certain neural processes because of we are now all aware that the i-function exists. If we had not taken this class, would our nervous systems show "expectations of input" that are different from what they are now (some weeks into the course) now that we question the existence and purpose behind an i-function?


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