What do you think is the relationship between time and change (change as in stuff changing position or from one thing to another etc.)?
Let's take the example of Fido, Brutus and Pluto, Sylvester, Felix and Garfield. Fido, Brutus and Pluto have the same identity, meaning they are all examples of Canis lupus familiaris. Sylvester, Felix and Garfield have the same identity, meaning they are all examples of Felis catus.
1) Do you agree with:
A) There is no necessary connection between cause and effect.
B) There is a necessary connection between cause and effect.
The story goes that Socrates famously challenged the Sophists of Athens by constantly asking them "what is justice?", "what is good?", "what is right?" etc. as he was seeking the essence or nature of these concepts and not just some sophist's subjective opinion.
There are at least 24 different species concepts and none of them can be applied to all organisms that have ever lived (Hey, J. 2001).
There are different approaches towards the concept of “teleology” and in many ways it is related to a particular view or concept of “matter” and “change”.
YOUR brain has a remarkable ability to extract and process biological cues from the deluge of visual information. It is highly sensitive to the movements of living things, especially those of other people - so much so that it conjures the illusion of movement from a picture of a moving body.
THE patterns of brain waves that occur during sleep can predict the likelihood that dreams will be successfully recalled upon waking up, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. The research provides the first evidence of a 'signature' pattern of brain activity associated with dream recall.
Skull of Hadrocodium wui.