., Grush and Churchland (1995) and the reply by Penrose and Hameroff (1995).
That's according to a new report from The Verge's Loren Grush, who spoke to four Blue Origin employees who say the company is mulling whether to transport employees from its Washington headquarters to Van Horn, Texas, where the company's test launch facility is based, despite employee concerns about spreading the virus or becoming exposed themselves.
Grush (2007: 393) maintains that only the latter are directly relevant for spatial perception.
This underscores, as well, tight linkages between belief, imaginative abilities, and perception (Grush 2004).
Grush (2007; 2009) has proposed a detailed implementation of the disposition theory in terms of neural information processing.
We will follow Grush (2007) in calling this approach the disposition theory (see Grush 2007: 394, for discussion of the name).
To illustrate a potential neuroscientific implementation, Grush considers a controller as some portion of the brain’s motor systems (e.g., premotor cortex).
In Section 4, we move to the disposition theory, most influentially articulated by Gareth Evans (1982, 1985), but more recently defended by Rick Grush (2000, 2007).
Grush posits emulators—process models in the central nervous system—that anticipate, retain, and update mock sensorimotor feedback by timing their output proportionally to feedback from an actual process (Grush 2005).
Rather, it is that the subject’s brain has learned to take these sensory inputs together with postural signals to produce sets of basis functions that poise the subject to act with respect to the object that is causing the sensory signals (see Grush 2007: 406).
Rick Grush (2000, 2007) has adopted Evans’ theory, and attempted to clarify and expand upon it, particularly in three areas: first, the distinction between the disposition theory and other approaches; second, the neural implementation of the disposition theory; and finally the specific kinds of dispositions that are relevant for the issue of spatial experience.
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Rick Grush 2000 2007 has adopted Evans theory and attempted to clarify and expand upon it particularly in three areas first the distinction between the disposition theory and other approaches second the neural implementation of the disposition theory and finally the specific kinds of dispositions that are relevant for the issue of spatial experience