August 11, 2021
Pavlov, Chauchard, Hebb, Korzybski, neocortex, verbal areas, conceptual thinking, comprehension process, subjective model, objective model.
The purpose of this article is to summarily describe how the discoveries made by Donald Hebb about the manner in which the neocortex multilayer neural networks processes and stores information can explain the relation between our sensory perceptions and the words of articulated languages that we use to describe them. Summary description of how the discoveries made by Paul Chauchard of the relation between level of intelligence and density of the synaptic network of interconnections established during infancy in the verbal areas of the neocortex harmonize with Hebb's discoveries. Summary description of how the automatic correlation mechanics of the neocortex neural network allows the generalization
ability discovered by Ivan Pavlov as being due to the use of articulated languages, and how it also explains why the reasoning method defined by Alfred Korzybski is so effective in helping to establish a clearer understanding of our environment, with a summary description of the reasoning mode by successive perceptions of coherences that Korzybski established.