Body Map (The Body Has A Mind of It's Own)

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The neuroscience of body mapping is an overlooked aspect of human-machine interaction, according to technology inventor Russell Wright (founder of Epimemetic philosophy). 

One of the best books for the layman, on the topic of neuroscience and body mapping is: The Body Has A Mind of It's Own, by Sandra and Matthew Blakeslee. 

Wright uses the neuroscience of body maps to help technology students understand the more esoteric aspects of technology and it's influence on society and culture. His unique blend of neuroscience and philosophy falls under the category of technology shamanism and is largely hypothetical. One of the key uses for Body Maps in the meta-belief system of technology shamanism is the concept of Technology as Prosthesis.

In his early years, Wright was strongly influence by american psychonaut, writer and lecturer Terence McKenna, author of Novelty Theory. A byproduct of embracing this teleology was a unique perspective of Technology as Prosthesis

Also See Epimemetic Philosophy
Also See Epimemetic Philosophy Map of The Future


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