Session 17

The Unconscious/I-function/Story Teller, Intuition/Rationality, Learning/Memory
Human Differences: Their Origins and Significance


dreaming, I-function/story teller, generalized control mechanisms, mood/emotion/feeling/intuition, dreaming, self as story, ... exploration/creativity (all aspects of human diversity)

If you have never experienced night terrors in someone, it is very traumatic , both for the unconscious brain of the person experiencing it and for the unconscious and "I" function of the viewer ... Susan

My "job" as a teacher is to give them as much variety of experience, within structure and with direction, as I possibly can. I do not, and they don't have any idea how those new connections will become manifest in their future ... Glenn

I try to incorporate discrepant events--setting up observations where the result is counter to the one the students expect--as much as I can because that is the springboard for learning... Gayle
Some more bipartite issues: Putting the bipartite brain together The Bipartite Brain as a Scientist, Explorer

See Dorfman/Whittle variant

The Bipartite Brain as a Scientist/Explorer/Story Teller/Story Reviser

The value of inside conversations

The value of conversations with others

Human diversity as asset rather than problem

Science and the brain

Science is not a particular set of understandings but instead is
a particular skill at generating new understandings,
a skill that is inherent in the brain,
one that everyone starts with and can get better at.

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