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What nature needed man to be was adaptive in many if not any direction ;
wherefore she gave man a mind as well as a co - ordinating switchboard brain .
Mind apprehends and comprehends the general principles governing flight and
The difference between mind and brain is that brain deals only with memorized ,
subjective , special - case experiences and objective experiments , while mind
extracts and employs the generalized principles and integrates and interrelates ...
113 brain . There is nothing new about it , but its capacity , speed of operation ,
and tirelessness , as well as its ability to operate under environmental conditions
intolerable to the human anatomy , make it far more effective in performing
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origins of specialization
comprehensively commanded automation
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Introduction to Systems Philosophy: Toward a New Paradigm of Contemporary ...
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