Finding Positive Value in Human Consciousness
Conscious Thought Serves Participation in Society and Culture
Thoughts and ideas figure prominently in human experience and behavior. It is around them that people plan their lives, and the ability to process them is a uniquely human trait. This chapter highlights the importance of researching this unique capacity, which is referred to as conscious thought. It argues that conscious thought enables the processing of information outside of the immediate environment so as to help people adapt to society and culture.
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