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Abstraction

**Abstraction** is method and result of a cognitive action that results in a new entity with a reduced number of properties to describe a real existing object. An abstraction itself ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Cognitive inhibition

**Cognitive inhibition** is a type of control exerted on our conscious mind to filter information<>. This might be of importance to all individuals with consciousness, as the long term ...

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Categories: Psychology Sociology


Epistemology

Synonyms: Accumulation of Knowledge, Development of understanding

**Epistemology** is a branch of philosophy that studies how knowledge is accumulated. The accumulation of knowledge is explained as a fauceir evolution process, what a surprise :-). Fist we consider ...

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Categories: Philosophy Psychology


Excitotoxicity

**Excitotoxicity** describes a process by which nerve cells die after excessive stimulation. The accumulation of neurotransmitters in synapses is made responsible. Neurotransmitters such as glutamate can become toxic. As with ...

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Fauceir Definition

**Fauceir** is an acronym of **f**unctional **a**bstract **u**nit **c**ontrolling **e**volutionary **i**nformation **r**ecovery. It was necessary to define this term to describe process and mechanism of evolution. A fauceir encompasses both ...

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Categories: Evolutionary Biology


Fauceir's Environment

Synonyms: Environment of a Fauceir

A fauceir's environment is the sum of all neighboring fauceirs capable to exchange information or exert some type of control. This includes master as well as slave fauceirs. The function ...

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Fauceir Memory

**Fauceir memory**, by contrast to //[[../HumanMemory|Human memory]]// is a general concept and describes the accumulation of stored information in all fauceirs. == Examples == === Atom Structure === Electrons always ...

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Filter

A filter is a subclass of a model that intentionally and not accidentally, blinds out some aspects of the reality. Filters are [[../Model|models]] designed to reduce complexity and to make ...

Tags: Ideology Imprecision Information Learning Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Generalization

**Generalization** is method and result of a cognitive process that creates an epistemological fauceir that succinctly describes all possible states of a set of entities. <> digraph G { rankdir="LR"; ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Human Memory

Synonyms: Memory, human

**Human memory** is the sum of all information (conscious or subconscious) stored in a persons brain. This information comes in fauceir packages, [[../Story|stories]]. A person's memory is a growing pyramid. ...

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Categories: Psychology


Information

The term **information** as it is used in Fauceir Theory fundamentally differs from information theory. Fauceir Theory considers the material realization of information. Information theory intentionally abstracts from the material ...

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Memory

Memory is stored [[../Information|information]], and as information is a fauceir, memory is a specific set of fauceirs that works a a template that allows to recall the same or quite ...

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Philosophical reductionism and fauceir theory

The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genus%E2%80%93differentia_definition|genus–differentia definition]] offered by many dictionaries characterizes reductionism as a philosophical position that asserts that complex structures and functions can simply be described by the properties and laws of ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Signal

According to classical systems theory a signal is function of time that carries information<>1<>. In fauceir terms this needs to be re-defined as not only information gets a broader ...

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Categories: Systems Theory


Story

A **story** is a package of information stored in a humans brain. A story as a fauceir consists of a set of details and their relationship, which most common is ...

Tags: Cognitive function Information


Categories: Psychology


Term System

As Fauceir is the term that covers system and information we may define system by a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Definition|genus–differentia definition]]: System is a fauceir in which system properties significantly dominate so that ...

Tags: Information System Theory


Categories: Philosophy


Theory

Synonyms: Scientific theory

A scientific theory is a specific subset of a scientific model. A theory consist of a framework of causally interrelated rational claims that can be described by [[../Model|secondary models]], mathematically ...

Tags: Imprecision Information Learning Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


War as a social fauceir

This is actually a comment on comments made [[http://socialevolutionforum.com/2013/01/13/is-war-creative/|on this web page]]. Probably it is a good idea to read this page first although I quoted the most interesting points. ...

Tags: Control Information Psychology Society System Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology Systems Theory


 
   

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