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Ira Livingston

Lincoln well understood his words as deeds and knew they’d circulate widely. So even at the time, to say “the world will little note … what we say here” might have been called false modesty , even if motivated by genuine humility on the occasion of uttering words at a place where others had given their

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Ira Livingston

), let’s say we are lowly creatures, a few steps up from being involuted little webs of chemical reactions, (as are all living things), and that the presence of a certain chemical, not useful to us in itself, tends to indicate that food is nearby. When I first encounter the chemical, a sensory detector

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Gregory F. Tague

the Netherlands. The mentality of the next generation for women in the periconception window was compromised on a genetic level. The epigenome affects how the dna script plays out, so if a developing baby is starved the repercussions will affect its physical or mental life history, which could then

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Gregory F. Tague

environment. Surely material culture and art behavior did not spring wholesale; both provide benefits. Theory of mind qualifies as a beneficial function. Manipulated objects and art behavior, whether body painting or bead sharing, operate as theory of mind in terms of social life. Art making as theory of mind

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Gregory F. Tague

life blood of a people’s consciousness. Even though we might not participate in the particular culture represented, we employ theory of mind concerning the destroyed objects and their relation to historical and contemporary people when witnessing the vandalism on video. All living species have