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It's language, stupid!
Unravelling the DNA of the Mind
It’s Language Stupid
to be someone in a language
Not truth in the physical but unity in the linguistic
Phenomenal and Access Consciousness
Realism and Idealism
Build your castle; don’t dig your grave
Never having your cake and eating it
The Linguistic Paradox
Nonrepresentational Linguistic Idealism (part 3)
A new book
Nonrepresentational Linguistic Idealism (part 2)
Nonrepresentational Linguistic Idealism (part 1)
Nonrepresentational Linguistic Idealism
Language runs faster than truth
The mind as a workspace
Linguistic Construction of Reality
Existence or experience?
I cannot change the physical. But I can change the linguistic.
The artist and the clay
The Linguistic Relation
Lynne Rudder Baker (2014) Cartesianism and the First-Person Perspective.
There’s only one dandelion in the field
Pain – a top-down story
A picture paints a thousand words – or maybe none at all?
Why can’t viruses read?
That itch needs scratching
How much does language weigh? (A thought experiment)
What if the physical world had questions?
What minds sat here?
Does a gherkin understand the space it is in?
Which came first: the physical or the linguistic?
Does the Andromeda Galaxy disappear after you finish reading this question?
It’s language, stupid!
What is a mind?
Be happy or say you are happy?
New book by Michael Cribb
Stairway to Language
Time – “move on, nothing to see here!”
Consciousness – a home coming
Animal Language: Separation of a kind or degree? (part 2)
Animal Language: Separation of a kind or degree? (Part 1)
The Genes of Mother Nature (Origins of Language)
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