From the I-function to the story teller
Welcome to the on-line forum associated with the Biology 202 at Bryn Mawr College. Its a way to keep conversations going between course meetings, and to do so in a way that makes our conversations available to other who may in turn have interesting thoughts to contribute to them. You're welcome to post here any thoughts that have arisen during the course this week (and to respond to thoughts others have posted)
Among the issues that have come up this week is the notion that color (among other things) is "constructed" rather than a property of physical entities independent of an observing brain, and that different brains may differently construct such things. This in turn suggests that the I-function is more generally a "story teller" and provides further evidence of an important bipartite feature of the architectual organization of the human brain. Which in turn implies what? opens what new questions?