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Yannick Chateau yannick.chateau at univ-brest.fr
Tue May 6 01:48:24 EST 2003

but the original question is : "I would like to know how much of the brain
is used for coordination, communication, hearing etc,"
maybe, I don't understand it correctly but how much mean like how many? in
this case, hommonculus is a representation of which part of brain is
associated to a part of the body (here we see that hands have a big part in
"KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> a écrit dans le message de
news: Ghxta.69014$cO3.4578679 at bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
> I've not checked more-recently, but when I started out decades ago
> the 'hommonculus' was, quite literally, the 'proposition' that there
> was a 'little man' in the brain - ind of like the chess playing
> 'automatons' that had a midget Chess Master hidden inside.
> That, of course is a 'trick', and says nothing about how the
> automation actually occurs.
> On the other hand, if modern usage of "hommonculus" has morphed into
> "the special topological homeomorphism" as it's disclosed and
> discussed in AoK, then that's quite another matter, because, in "the
> special topological homeomorphism:, the hows and whys of the
> automation are fully disclosed.
> And it's not a 'little man' in there.
> It's 'just' the awesome-Topological way in which 'the' nervous system
> ['the brain'] literally grasps the external 3-D energydynamics and
> 'turns them outside-in, upside-down, and backward', inwardly
> 'replicating' [modeling] the external 3-D energydynamics, so that
> directionalities within the post-grasping internal 3-D energydynamics
> occur in rigorous accord with the survival demands imposed by the
> external 3-D energydynamics.
> But such is =not= a "hommonculus". Such is 'just' 'the' Human Body
> :-]
> K. P. Collins
> --
> "Schmitd! Schmitd! Ve vill build a Shapel!"
> "Yannick Chateau" <yannick.chateau at univ-brest.fr> wrote in message
> news:b95295$bk4$1 at melon.univ-brest.fr...
> | may I suggest you to see what we call an
> | Hommonculus to see the part of each
> | take.
> |
> | "Profile account" <Profile at reading.ac.uk> a écrit dans le message
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