Uniform of Mind and Theory of Mind
Uniform of Mind is about human concept.
My Belief And Desire
I believe human behavior can be either probable or imminent. In probable behavior the result of adaptive brain process is observed but in imminent behavior we see the exaptation of brain process. I'd like to conduct a research and detect these parts of brain, then consequently build a model to predict, explain and manipulate human brain and behavior.
Human Exaptation Project
HEP Is About Human Concept
Accordingly, and considering my major and personal interest in exploring research, I have undertaken a project under the title of “HEP” standing for Human Exaptation Project and Exaptation Theory of Mind is the first attempt of HEP to take first steps of defining exaptation in realm of Cognitive Science. To begin... MORE ABOUT HEP
Last results of HEP
Exaptation Theory of Mind
I believe that theory of mind is survival adaptability and social interactions, understanding others’ beliefs and intentions are its exaptation. The reevaluation to the theory of mind is required and I propose the following definition:
Theory of mind is the ability to understand situations and achieve reality in the past, present, and future in himself and others.
Uniform Theory ( Uniform of Mind )
Uniform of Mind is a series of acts to pursue the genuine beliefs in some operations which attribute to imminent survival that have been made by an individual or groups. These operations profile flawless characters which would enable individuals to survive in any situations.
“One of the most widespread superstitions is that every man has his own special, definite qualities; that a man is kind, cruel, wise, stupid, energetic, apathetic, etc.
Men are not like that . . . Men are like rivers; the water is the same in each, and alike in all; but every river is narrow here, is more rapid there, here slower, there broader, now clear, now cold, now dull, now warm. It is the same with men. Every man carries in himself the germs of every human quality and sometimes one manifests itself, sometimes another, and the man often becomes unlike himself—while still remaining the same man.”
― Leo Tolstoy