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"The human mind likes a strange idea as little as the body likes a strange protein, and resists it with a similar energy." − William Ian Beveridge, Ph. (19082006), author of The Art of Scientific Investigation There are a number of common myths and misconceptions regarding Jaynes's theory.
Below I provide answers to the most common misconceptions seen on blogs, Amazon customer reviews, Wikipedia articles, or that frequently come up in conversation with those vaguely familiar with Jaynes's theory.
We should also keep in mind that Charles Darwin published his theory of evolution in a book intended for both a scientific and a lay audience not in a peer-reviewed journal. He also examines the evidence for his theory in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Mesoamerica.
Myth: Jaynes was mistaken in areas outside of his expertise. He did not know Chinese so he could not evaluate the evidence for the transition from bicamerality to consciousness in ancient China. Michael Carr (see Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness, pgs. More recently, Todd Gibson has documented evidence for the transition from bicamerality to consciousness in ancient Tibet (see Gods, Voices and the Bicameral Mind, Chapters 14 & 15).
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The problem with myths and misconceptions is they are often unquestioningly taken as fact and then repeated until they take on a life of their own.
I hope this page will help clear up some of the most common misconceptions, so that the debate can focus on Jaynes's actual theory, rather than misconceptions of it. (Tourette's Syndrome), Willard Van Orman Quine, Ph. While many of Jaynes's ideas remain controversial for example, the necessity of language for consciousness, the origin and neurology of schizophrenia, and the mentality of ancient civilizations and it is likely these issues will be debated for years to come, to date we are not aware of any major flaws in Jaynes's analyses that seriously call into question any of his four main hypotheses.
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