_Agency, Ownership and the Potential Space_ I searched for “what type of error correction is used by the brain?” and what an unexpected find! A psychologist I never knew existed that came up with ideas that I’ve believed for my whole life but never knew where they came from. Donald Winnicott focused on the centrality of PLAY in development, which was considered contrary to the psychologist obsession with SEX at the time, came up with the ideas of subjective omnipotence, the idea of – and importance of – the “good enough parent” (flaws being enough for the child to realize ‘they’re only human too’), true self and false self, and other ideas. He was influential to other psychologists that I’d not heard of: Thomas Ogden (vaguely familiar name), Giuseppe Civitarese and Antonino Ferro, and another thing I’d not heard of: “Along with Jacques Derrida, Winnicott is a fundamental resource for philosopher Bernard Stiegler’s What Makes Life Worth Living: On Pharmacology (2010)” – all trails I may consider following. The errors of the egocentric and allocentric with ownership (that is, agency) is really interesting – which I got from: _Agency, Ownership and the Potential Space_ https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/11/4/460/htm David Winnicot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Winnicot

_Agency, Ownership and the Potential Space_
I searched for “what type of error correction is used by the brain?” and what an unexpected find!
 
A psychologist I never knew existed that came up with ideas that I’ve believed for my whole life but never knew where they came from.
 
Donald Winnicott focused on the centrality of PLAY in development, which was considered contrary to the psychologist obsession with SEX at the time, came up with the ideas of subjective omnipotence, the idea of – and importance of – the “good enough parent” (flaws being enough for the child to realize ‘they’re only human too’), true self and false self, and other ideas.
 
He was influential to other psychologists that I’d not heard of: Thomas Ogden (vaguely familiar name), Giuseppe Civitarese and Antonino Ferro, and another thing I’d not heard of: “Along with Jacques Derrida, Winnicott is a fundamental resource for philosopher Bernard Stiegler’s What Makes Life Worth Living: On Pharmacology (2010)” – all trails I may consider following.
 
The errors of the egocentric and allocentric with ownership (that is, agency) is really interesting – which I got from:
_Agency, Ownership and the Potential Space_
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/11/4/460/htm
 
David Winnicot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Winnicot

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