Right now, we’re in the mind of a primitive man (I’d like to call him Icarus ) who’s grieving for a deceased friend. Icarus is aware of dying. He’s seen how people died and their body decayed. Death is irreversible. Icarus remembers all the corpses he saw and all the people who’d died before and he heard about them. Suddenly […]
The concept of causality  has enabled us to react to causes instead of effects and the belief  in it has directed us to look for the causes of phenomena. In fact, we can analyze the history of Sapiens based on the type of causes they’ve assigned to the things around. Sir James Frazer , in “The golden bough” […]
To pick up where we left off, our brain had created the supersign of the thing  then stored it in the memory. We also learned that a supersign contains the objective and subjective parts which are respectively perceived and conceived . The supersign of the thing is the first and rock-bottom MEANING that our brain has created . So […]
To pick up where we left off, we perceived the thing, its sign was created and stored in the memory, then we felt the fear which was about to trigger either the fight or flight response regarding our confidence level. 
Registering the thing  happened in less than a microsecond; then in order to survive, our brain needs to decide if it’s a danger or not, consequently to execute the best reaction. Imagine that you absolutely had no earthly knowledge to evaluate the thing, how would you decide if it’s dangerous or not?