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Stage III Minds: The Object-Thinking Minds

Stage Three minds encompass all the vertebrate minds, including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. These minds can think about objects—about concrete things in the world—so we call them “object-thinking” minds.

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The journey of the mind—so far—is the chronicle of purpose winning ever-more daunting battles with chaos. Minds defeat chaos by ascending to new stages of intelligence, autonomy, and awareness. Each new stage of thinking in the universe masters a broader scope of physical reality than the stage before. This makes it clear that human beings are not the ultimate destination of the journey of the mind at all.

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