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The autistic and the artistic facets
of the mind may empower each other in enriching the self and an ever-changing environment.
The innocence of autistics and of our autistic facet is driven by Classical Computing (CC), whereas our artistic, and often diabolical, facet is guided by Quantum Computing (QC)
Grammar/Semantics is guarded by Classical Computing, whereas discourse Pragmatics is guided by Quantum Computing.
Within the logos heuristics, the combination of Classical Computing with Quantum Computing enriches the spontaneous dialogues of nonautistic individuals.
In this workshop, the logos heuristics is applied to re-interpret central masterpieces of the literature. For example, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey; Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa; Xenophon's Drawback of the Ten Thousand; Shakespeare's Hamlet and his Merchant of Venice.
Participants' requests to re-interpret a particular masterpiece will be considered.
Values appreciated by the assistants are compared to values highlighted in moral philosophy, Sacred Texts, and the ones generated by the use of the logos heuristics.
The workshop aims at explaining why:
1. faith (first attention),
2. hope (second attention), and
3. charity (Third Attention)
enclose all social values.
The analysis of the relationship among key variables of climate change on Earth is extended to:
A quantum interpretation of Carlos Castaneda's writings on the "Teachings of Don Juan" suggests that Sages among the Olmecs, Maya, Toltecs, and Aztecs knew about:
2. the coherence of the non-social going of the devilish Quetzalcoatl-Nagual from the classical Tonal and
3. the de-coherence of the social return of Quetzalcoatl-Eagle.
Antonio Cassella will work with you one day on your problem. Solving a problem implies the willingness to sacrifice the legitimacy of aspects of our frame of knowledge that are very dear to us. When Abraham was recalling along his way his decision to obey God's order to sacrifice the life of his only son, he also knew that his mind and the Grace of God would help him walk toward a solution. Unheard of solutions come by themselves serendipitously and unexpectedly if we follow the proper approach to solving a problem.
As a memento of humans's ability to solve crucial problems, Moses placed in the Ark of the Covenant two crystals: Thummim and Urim. Thummim (or the crook) represents the known, whereas Urim (or the flail) represents the unknown. As did Joseph before Moses, we will solve a crucial problem only if we cross the Crook with the Flail, the Thummim with the Urim, the known with the unknown, and science with dreams of progress.
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