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By Stevan Harnad


A fictional account of how a speculative hypothesis about how to eliminate the "we/they" distinction is implemented by rearing children (during early critical years) in "aggregates in flux" instead of in kinship-based families: In "aggregates in flux," the individual members would be constantly varying (and unrelated, genetically). The only invariant would be that they were all human

Topics: Cognitive Psychology
Publisher: Éditions Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York
Year: 2007
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