THOUGHT AS A SYSTEM:
Throughout the mind and body, Bohm says, thoughts and feelings form a structure of neurophysiological reflexes. Through repetition, emotional intensity and defensiveness, these reflexes become ʹhard‐wiredʹ in consciousness, to such an extent that they respond independently of our conscious choice.
In addition to emotions and reflexes, Bohm includes human artifacts in his definition of thought. Computer systems, musical instruments, cars, buildings—these are all illustrations of thought in its fixed, concrete form.
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