I’m probably going to have to start a 6 as that LOOKS like computational neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
But I may wander.
Oh gosh, I know the name Marr but not the rest.Ok, philosophy of mind and language it is then. It’s definitely CogSci which for me usually slides quickly into AI (because AI is easy to test models on).
wait. .. yeah, PhilSci which leads to CogSci which leads to AI. .
Gosh, I don’t know hardly any of these people. I guess I tend to stay specialized in my own little areas of interest. This is good learning for me.
As I’ve been studying “what is is about mathematics that i like / don’t like” I _did_ figure out that there’s two schools, discrete and smooth and that, probably because of my start-with computers, limited / discrete is what makes sense to me over infinite things generally.
Recently, I realized that I much prefer function over form, after trying to understand why architecture people write funny – and I can’t eliminate Time as much as I’d like so I have to always include it, which goes against the whole Platonic thing which supports so much imaginary but fascinating forms, and theories — and humans are theory-makers so it’s just what we like to do.
I think so! I’m really none-of-these-fields but I follow my interests. Mine usually start with computers and branch off from there.As I’ve been going through academic fields and finding all KINDS of names I don’t recognize, I’m realizing there’s a lot of siloing.
That’d be a fascinating table indeed. They’d be over my head but I’d learn a lot.
I’d be ok with 8 as I speak fluent Post Modern, and on 4 I could side with Lewis over the others.