I’d avoided reading Dennett directly because I knew that my thoughts are “similar but not the same” but today I am. For example, I celebrate the proliferation of basic task replacement and anthropomorphize such systems; anthropomorphizing is what humans do. It is natural for us.

I’d avoided reading Dennett directly because I knew that my thoughts are “similar but not the same” but today I am. For example, I celebrate the proliferation of basic task replacement and anthropomorphize such systems; anthropomorphizing is what humans do. It is natural for us.
It’s my first time reading one of his books. I knew he’d be good and he is. I’m just careful to give credence to that little sensation of “caution” in me when it comes up; I think metaphorical reconciliation between views is possible and I don’t hold a hard anti-theistic stance.

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