The Mathematical and Physical Theory of Rational Human Intelligence: Complete Empirical-Digital Properties; Full Electrochemical-Mechanical Model (Part I: Mathematical Foundations) ()

Leo Depuydt

Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University, Providence, USA.

**DOI: **10.4236/apm.2013.35071
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Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University, Providence, USA.

The design of this paper is to present the first
installment of a complete and final theory of rational human intelligence. The
theory is *mathematical* in the
strictest possible sense. The mathematics involved is strictly digital—not
quantitative in the manner that what is usually thought of as mathematics is
quantitative. It is anticipated at this time that the exclusively digital nature
of rational human intelligence exhibits four flavors of digitality, apparently
no more, and that each flavor will require a lengthy study in its own right. (For more information,please refer to the PDF.)

Keywords

Artificial Intelligence; Boolean Algebra; Boole’s Algebra; Black Box Theories; Brain Science; Cognition; Cognitive Science; Digital Mathematics; Electricity and Magnetism; J.-L. Lagrange and Partial Differential Equations; J. C. Maxwell’s Theory of Electromagnetism; Neuroscience; Non-Quantitative and Quantitative Mathematics; Physics; Rational Human Intelligence, Complete Theory of Rational Thought and Language

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L. Depuydt, "The Mathematical and Physical Theory of Rational Human Intelligence: Complete Empirical-Digital Properties; Full Electrochemical-Mechanical Model (Part I: Mathematical Foundations)," *Advances in Pure Mathematics*, Vol. 3 No. 5, 2013, pp. 491-561. doi: 10.4236/apm.2013.35071.

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