Selfishness and Information Processing

Selfishness is necessary for the collective processing of information by individual perception (data), and interpersonal cooperation (falsification: true/false)… neural networks do not just exist in our minds, but between us. The difference is we are calculatively capable of processing (experiencing) the information we produce in the division of perception, cognition, knowledge, labor, and advocacy. But we are unable to experience the information of the collective other than through observation of the group’s persistence in an environment of group competition within a hostile universe.

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