Cognition

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This note card discusses cognition in relation to the context of events.

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Cognition
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[Page 1] [Inserted in margin: Cognition] Cognition begins with self-knowledge. He who [illegible] is aware of himself as an actual [illegible], what is a self-[illegible] as it signifies diverse entities (other event and eternal objects) in itself. But the elements of this unification, i.e. "prehension; be related to other events and eternal object. The inspection of the contents of one's own percipient event carries [illegible] to the knowledge of things [Page 2] to which the contents are related. What cognizes is an event ( or an enduring entity of temporally successive events). Events have parts, contemporaries, and futures cognizing events thus remember, analyze, and interpret, and anticipate
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