Tag: cognition

Why ‘3’ means three

Stained glass window

In a recent blog post, I discussed the ancient Greek philosopher Plato and his theory about the existence of a ‘realm of forms’. Plato argued that the reason why we can identify objects as being of a certain kind (or category) is because they… Continue Reading “Why ‘3’ means three”

The Experience of Understanding

A man reading a book with mathematical formulae in the background

I have spent some time thinking about and examining the experience of understanding. In general we are all able to relate to one another through conversation, whether spoken or written, and as you read these words you are most likely having the experience of… Continue Reading “The Experience of Understanding”