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The Ancient Greeks strove to understand thought in terms of its irreducible units, naming its equivalent of atoms “class”. Aristotle defined it as a collection of objects possessing a common quality.

The brain conserves its resources by consigning the great bulk of its routine operations to automatic processing beyond conscious awareness. The automatic use of preset responses makes the brain action relatively effortless. The brain reserves most of its neuronal activity for...
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The Ancient Greeks made great strides in knowledge using mind exercises alone. The analysis of the irreducible units of matter brought Democritus to a remarkably modern understanding of atoms and energy. Aristotle sought the atom, so to speak, of thought....
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