analogies are about the relationship between – neurons don’t do much in isolation either

Indeed. I see them as the atomic unit – the relationship as the atomic unit, since none exist in isolation.

When’d you ever see an individual neuron without a community for it to interact with? smile emoticon

Two neurons have their tendencies. They fire into each other, or one fires one way, the other receives – however one wants to put it.

They can sync with each other if they’re close enough, changing both. Very fluid stuff.

Resistance to change provides the apparent structures / objectiveness. It’s a kind of inertia. It might be inertia. But the resistance to change isn’t equivalent to ‘cold hard fact’ / objective truth. It’s one of the things that makes even mathematics not quite perfect

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