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Posted by Aurino Souza on July 26, 2001 14:31:48 UTC

Hi Harv

>> How can you label each question you raised as the same issue since they are clearly separate issues of inquiry? > but as these issues are examined closely there is a great deal of difference between amoeba perceptual reactions and human cognitive skills. > When discussing basic questions of knowledge (e.g., encoding of knowledge) we have to ask what lifeform, when, which 'knowledge' attribute are we inquiring about, etc).

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