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Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe

with Peter over those years, and at later visits, most recently on the occasion of his talk at the University of Lincoln that forms an earlier chapter of this book. Consciousness Studies and False Belief Patterns and Conflict in Drama and Theatre Over the years, in my own research, what I have been

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Gregory F. Tague

Woodruff (1978), say inferences are made about motivation before knowledge. Anne Butler et al. ( 2005 ) have gone further to say that there are versions and levels of theory of mind in birds. To know that another has a false belief is high-end theory of mind, which I will discuss momentarily. The point

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Peter Malekin

Men like ourselves are thus born into a material world in which the dark principle and diabolical influence are again partly manifest, but we have within ourselves the Christ seed in our souls. Faith is not rational or historical belief, but the direction of the will, desire and imagination towards

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Gregory F. Tague

art from all ages and countries: survival, internal conflict, mating, family, individual values, group identity, altruism and reciprocity, religious and spiritual beliefs, and warfare. This short list is indicative of behaviors that arose from selection pressures concerning the survival of our

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Julian Meyrick

performative expression? Is it a dig at authority’s inability to tame a world it believes it can manipulate with its categorical logic? Brack’s later paintings are divided between hope and despair, between belief that growth and development are possible and a sense that humanity just goes round and round. The

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Gregory F. Tague

Culture is a broad term that includes any number of values, beliefs, and practices of a group or across groups. There are many groups, each with its distinct culture. At the same time, I can use the terminology human culture since there are universal practices in many global communities. For our

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Peter Malekin

.) Since the supreme reality is infinite, and thus not bounded by the categories of subject and object, such an approach entails not merely a change in ideas or beliefs—the objects of mind—but a change in mind itself, in the mode or state of consciousness. It was such changes experienced by Böhme in his

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Edited by Robert Eddy and Theo Malekin

of modernity and of the secular. “Of that self-surpassing spirit, seduced by an impregnable origin or end called God, it seems that what for the most part still remains, in contemporary culture, is the movement of perpetual departure; as if, unable to ground itself in a belief in God any longer, the

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Gregory F. Tague

other people’s perceptions, values, or beliefs. Art is a way to test ideas we form via theory of mind. Colin McGinn ( 2015 ) argues philosophically that we have innate ideas, but these are not limited to one domain, such as the natural world. Because we have abilities to create analogies and metaphors

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Gregory F. Tague

at sites for ceremonies or rituals (74). In eastern parts of India, there is still supernatural belief represented in their iconography. In the Tuva Republic, north of Mongolia, a shaman who sees human forms in rocks and other spirits in fire and nature recalls Paleolithic people who imagined animal