Cube Consciousness

Cube Consciousness

The Cube Consciousness model is one large, three-dimensional cube, comprised of 27 smaller cubes. "You" are at the center of the cube model.

Author: Dave Hettinger

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1797009478

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The idea is to give people a simple way to model their conscious experience from one moment to the next. Doing so will help them to realize a greater appreciation for life in the present moment. Right now, your conscious experience consists of your thoughts, your feelings, and any and all sensations (or sense experiences). By referring to each thought, each feeling, and each sense experience as a "cube" generically, any instantaneous moment can be modeled. Modeling instantaneous moments helps us break down our conscious experience from one moment to the next, allowing us to focus on life in the present moment, just as it is. The Cube Consciousness model is one large, three-dimensional cube, comprised of 27 smaller cubes. "You" are at the center of the cube model. And the cubes that surround you represent whatever you could choose to focus on in the present moment.
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Conscious Experience

Conscious Experience

Display (1) may be spelled out thus: the presentation of item i to person p's
consciousness in perceptual situation s is subjectively identical ... The cube has
not changed in size, but its presentation to your consciousness is subjectively
different.

Author: Anil Gupta

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780674987784

Category: Philosophy

Page: 440

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This book aims to offer an account of conscious experience and of concepts that help us understand empirical reasoning and empirical dialectic. The account offered possesses, it is claimed, two virtues. First, it provides great theoretical freedom. It allows the theoretician freedom to radically reconceive the world. The theoretician may, for example, begin with the conception that colors are genuine qualities of physical bodies and may, in light of empirical findings, shift to the conception that colors are not genuine qualities at all. Second, the account grants empirical reason a great power to constrain: empirical reason can force a particular conception of the self and the world on the rational inquirer. These seemingly contrary virtues are reconciled through a novel treatment of presentation and appearances in the account offered of conscious experience and a novel treatment of ostensive definitions in the account offered of concepts. The argument of the book is buttressed by a critical study of the principal approaches to experience and reason found in the philosophical literature.--
Categories: Philosophy

Consciousness and Perceptual Experience

Consciousness and Perceptual Experience

Moreover, such awareness is of the kind in which the perceived environmental
items possess thereby experiential ... We not only see that the ice cube is pink,
and see it as pink, we see the very pinkness of the object; also its very shape ...

Author: Thomas Natsoulas

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107004511

Category: Philosophy

Page: 468

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An unusual study of human perceiving from the perspective of an ecological psychology that explicitly incorporates a phenomenology of consciousness.
Categories: Philosophy

Theories of Consciousness

Theories of Consciousness

The intentional object of my state of consciousness is, roughly, 'a wire-frame cube
as O1'. Although Swampman is supposed to be in a state of consciousness
identical to my own he has no such intentional object for his state of
consciousness ...

Author: William Seager

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415183936

Category: Philosophy

Page: 306

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Theories of Consciousness serves both to introduce a wide array of approaches to consciousness as well as advance debate via a detailed critique of them. Philosophy students, researchers with a particular interest in cognitive science and anyone who has wondered how consciousness fits into a scientific view of the world will find this book an illuminating and fascinating read.
Categories: Philosophy

Educational Review

Educational Review

Thus , in a being previously only conscious of sensations , as a baby , or a dog , it
is necessary , in order to call attention , to increase the ... In the first case the idea
of an expectant purpose detains the cube perception in consciousness .

Author: Nicholas Murray Butler

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015051383969

Category: Education

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Vols. 19-34 include "Bibliography of education" for 1899-1906, compiled by James I. Wyer and others.
Categories: Education

Metaphysics Or The Philosophy of Consciousness Phenomenal and Real

Metaphysics  Or  The Philosophy of Consciousness  Phenomenal and Real

The patient in this case was actually in the circumstances supposed by Molyneux
, capable of distinguishing a cube from a sphere by touch . On first exercising his
sight he could perceive a difference in the shapes , but could not say which was ...

Author: Henry Longueville Mansel

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210005485451

Category: Consciousness

Page: 398

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Categories: Consciousness

Theosophical Outlook

Theosophical Outlook

The consciousness within the cube and within the square are one consciousness
, and that consciousness is divine. It is possible, therefore, to identify your plane
consciousness with your cube consciousness, and rise, by such means, into the ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3038488

Category: Theosophy

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Categories: Theosophy

The Theosophic Messenger

The Theosophic Messenger

It occupies a place within the cosmos corresponding to a horizontal film within a
cube. The small cubes which penetrate it partake of all the powers of the greater
one. Their consciousness is limited to the two dimensions of the film and their ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105026507769

Category: Theosophy

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Categories: Theosophy

The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

The Saturday Review of Politics  Literature  Science and Art

It is Philonous , consciousness ; the projected figure of the cube stands for that
not Hylas , who cannot for his life help thinking that snow is state of
consciousness we call the perception of the object . ” . Only white and fire hot ,
and points out ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119140411

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The Dublin review

The Dublin review

The analogy to be drawn is so obvious that it is scarcely needful to point it out in
detail . The cube stands for the object of perception ; the cylindrical surface
stands for the receptive area of consciousness ; the projected figure of the cube
stands ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:555023477

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The Dublin Review

The Dublin Review

The analogy to be drawn is so obvious that it is scarcely needful to point it out in
detail . The cube stands for the object of perception ; the cylindrical surface
stands for the receptive area of consciousness ; the projected figure of the cube
stands ...

Author: Nicholas Patrick Wiseman

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ISBN: MSU:31293036436206

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German studies in India

German studies in India

But whilst the side of the cube is in as much as it signifies the whole of the cube ,
it is not the case that the whole of the cube is in as much as it signifies its ... I have
in mind Sartre ' s self - consciousness , which “ is its own foundation " ( EN - p .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105008448685

Category: German philology

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Categories: German philology

Kabbalah and Consciousness

Kabbalah and Consciousness

The symbol in the Torah for complete clarity of consciousness is the Tablets of
the Ten Commandments which were cubes measuring six handbreadths in each
direction ( Batra 14a ) . The engraved letters of the Tablets could be read the
same ...

Author: Allen Afterman

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105021321737

Category: Religion

Page: 129

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These letters between two great German-speaking writers reflect the turmoil of 20th-century history. Celan and Sachs were united by their shared experience of persecution and exile.
Categories: Religion

The Desire to be God

The Desire to be God

The following table indicates the difference in the three forms of conscious activity
. For example , in perceiving , imagining , or conceiving a cube , consciousness is
involved in the following ways . In the first case , perception , one regards a ...

Author: James M. McLachlan

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: IND:30000095175521

Category: Political Science

Page: 215

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Jean-Paul Sartre and Nicholas Berdyaev were contemporaries in the Paris of the thirties and forties. Sartre became the most famous existentialist author and was also a politically active Marxist. Berdyaev had been a Marxist and political activist but converted to Christianity and became one of the inspirations of the French personalist movement and a key exponent of religious existentialism. This study focuses on the central concern of both philosophers: the question of freedom. Sartre argued in "Being and Nothingness" that God is incompatible with human freedom. Berdyaev argues that God is not only compatible but necessary to freedom. This study reveals two ironies: Berdyaev's God is a more radical departure from traditional Western theism than Sartre's atheism. And Berdyaev's idea of freedom presents the more radical alternative to that tradition.
Categories: Political Science

A Primer of Higher Space the Fourth Dimension

A Primer of Higher Space  the Fourth Dimension

The cube consciousness (individual) would embrace all cross-sectional
consciousness (personal) : it would have full knowledge of the film world, since it
would apprehend that world from a higher region of space; but the cross-
sectional or ...

Author: Claude Fayette Bragdon

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015007557161

Category: Fourth dimension

Page: 78

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Categories: Fourth dimension

Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen Afterman

Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen Afterman

The symbol in the Torah for complete clarity of consciousness is the Tablets of
the Ten Commandments which were cubes measuring six handbreadths in each
direction ( Batra 14a ) . The engraved letters of the Tablets could be read the
same ...

Author: Allen Afterman

Publisher: Sheep Meadow Press

ISBN: IND:30000095818385

Category: Religion

Page: 212

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According to Rodger Kamenetz, Allen Afterman’s Kabbalah and Consciousness makes the major traditions of Jewish mysticism more clear and profoundly revealing than any other work on the subject. Elie Wiesel says, “Poetry and mysticism are magnificently reconciled in Allen Afterman’s book on Kabbalah’s secret imagery and silent invocations.” Here also is Afterman’s poetry, described by Yehuda Amichai as “an almost private religious poetry for our post-religious age.” The book includes an important interview with the author.
Categories: Religion

Buddhism

Buddhism

With every movement in the cube a new sort of consciousness — or rather series
of consciousnesses — will spring up in the adjacent thought-ether: — now a cube
-consciousness ; now a sphere-consciousness ; again a rhomboid, then a ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015026273642

Category: Buddha (The concept)

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Categories: Buddha (The concept)

Saturday Review

Saturday Review

It is Philonous , consciousness ; the projected figure of the cube stands for that
not Hylas , who cannot for his life help thinking that snow is state of
consciousness we call the perception of the object . ” . Only white and fire hot ,
and points out ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10943959

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Pure Reflection

Pure Reflection

The cube , however , does not come on to me as three sides ( which is the
immediate phenomenon of my perception ) , but as the entire infinite series of
possible appearances which are the cube . Consciousness , in this case ,
transcends the ...

Author: Christopher Vaughan

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000042753735

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Page: 390

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Arts Magazine

Arts Magazine

In the parable of the plane world in Man the Square , Bragdon's " Christos ” cube
had asserted : “ The consciousness within the cube and within the square are
one consciousness , and that consciousness is divine . It is possible , therefore ,
to ...

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ISBN: MINN:319510014482970

Category: Art

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Categories: Art