"intrinsic variability", exploration/creativity, dreaming, I-function/story teller, generalized control mechanisms, mood/emotion
The Brain as a Scientist, Explorer
The Bipartite Brain as a Scientist/Explorer/Story Teller/Story Reviser
A brief self-reflection, and reminder, and appreciation ...
|you are a unique and valuable individual||they are unique and valuable individuals|
|you know more than you think you do||they know more than they (and you) think they do||you are equipped to learn, to get it less wrong, and want to||they are equipped to learn, to get it less wrong, and want to
||education is exploration||education is exploration||you need a classroom rich enough to explore||they need a classroom rich enough to explore
||we're all in this together||we're all in this together
||together we can get it "less wrong"||together we can get it "less wrong"
||and have fun||and have fun|
Trust your past (including your genome/culture/experiences), but not too much
Trust your unconscious, but not too much
Trust your thinking, but not too much
Trust making choices, observing, learning, but not too much
Trust other people's stories as well as your own, but not too much
Keep looping ...
And repeat, over and over and over again:
Out beyond ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing