Virtual Conference
Neuroscience conferences 2022

Noury Bakrim

University of the People, USA

Title: Bio-semiotic categories and configuration, realization/composition modes of consciousness: A bio-mathematical hypothesis

Abstract

The Roal-Model (Bakrim, 2021a,b,c) considers Language as a genetic and neurocognitive faculty imbedded in three components: the Hyperstructural/Self-referential (genetic, neural), the Intentionality-based/analogical and the Learning/Copying modes (Bakrim, 2020). The categorical and bio-mathematical relation between these three components is the semiotic modes of language (meaning) whose configuration manifolds are subject to representational memory decomposition grounding in Patterned Types (Bakrim, 2021b) into different ergodic and realization levels (informational and compositional). Beyond the intersection of the Bio-mathematical and the Anthropological, we extend our proposals (Bakrim, 2021b) to the genetic-neural principle of objective verifiability and solvability (or non-solvability) excepting in this dealing anthropological/ideological elements of inverse falsifiability relating Gödel incompleteness and Cantor Diagonal Argument (Lawvere, 1966) with their non-objective directions.
Hence, from the categorical mathematical dimension of the brain (Bakrim, 2021a, Gomez-Ramirez, 2014) and the bio-semiotic considerations on genetics (Hoffmeyer, 2001, 2015, Hoffmeyer & Emmech, 1991), this study will focus on the following:
-Categorical total derivation of differential manifolds (Cockett et al., 2006, Wikipedia, 2008) equipped with linear vector spaces, approached with chain rules on neural-genetic graphs adding thus mapping   from  total derivation to  by some.
-Partial derivation or Taylor series of some schematically Patterned Type (double articulation) with its representational induction (sensory-motor and/or coordinate-compositional)
-Partial differentiation (equation modes) of polynomial solvability (or non-solvability) with realization modes of information. Thus through the relation between verifiability of categorical differentiation on neural-genetic Manifolds along with representational modes of Patterned Types up to polynomial (solvable or non-solvable), our purpose is to suggest a bio-mathematical model of language decomposing the configuration semiotic mode into different memory graphs with specific multimodal symmetries between them. Specific focus will be shedding light on the hypothesis of Reentry (Edelman&Gally, 2013) including other hypotheses for configurative memory representation.-Partial differentiation (equation modes) of polynomial solvability (or non-solvability) with realization modes of information. Thus through the relation between verifiability of categorical differentiation on neural-genetic Manifolds along with representational modes of Patterned Types up to polynomial (solvable or non-solvable), our purpose is to suggest a bio-mathematical model of language decomposing the configuration semiotic mode into different memory graphs with specific multimodal symmetries between them. Specific focus will be shedding light on the hypothesis of Reentry (Edelman&Gally, 2013) including other hypotheses for configurative memory representation.

Biography

Noury Bakrim is currently a Lecturer/Researcher at University of the People (USA) after having lectured and worked in different colleges and research centers in France, Morocco and Holland. He has widely published on a variety of semiotic and linguistic subjects. His actual focus is a bio-mathematical theory of language (The ROAL-Model) based on neural and genetic verifiability and/or falsifiability investigating both objective and non-objective modes of Language.