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Learning, so much is obvious, is the incorporation of
past events into present (or future) behaviour. Less obvious but
equally fundamental is that all ideation is learning,
is therefore, knowing the past, and project it on the
operations at hand. One has to know, as cell even, that
there is an internal depletion (past event) in order to know
(present or future) to do something about it. When we
realise that the present does not exist, is merely a trick
of ideation, every idea, when it 'is' must be past, must be:
'just has happened'. The continuous state of unwell-being
then is a continuous reminder of the past, is simply called
hunger (nausea, pain, etc.). Ideation (life, mind, etc.) 'is'
memory, 'is' knowing history, 'is' learning.