June 15, 2014
The experience of difficulty is merely a measure of our lack of sophistication. Facts are not truth; complexity is not difficulty; and the devil is not found in the details, that is where we fine the art of the expert. After years of researching law from the perspective of an engineer toward organizing the corpus juris into structure congruent with human cognition, all roads lead here. I am a radio talk show host and engineer. For years I have tried to find ways of presenting complex legal issues in a way that my listeners could incorporate into their understandings. Speaking live to air give a whole other perspective to formulating cogent verse forces a certain discipline and has lead to some unique realizations which forced me for structure in the mind and the subject. This is where I began to find it.
Law, for the most part, is about defined elements. Statutes, rules, regulations, and case law tend to specifically define law. I am intrigued with the prospect of learning the structure of the living mind so that I can then merge the two so that the apparent complexity becomes more accessible to the living mind.
I would like to specifically learn how the mind really works as opposed to how I have come to believe.
While I would not presume to teach Cognitive Science or Law to others, over the years, I have developed some tool for organizing information in ways that render complex data readily available to non-experts.
I do radio shows on Monday, Thursday, and Friday evenings, otherwise, open.
I am an electrical engineer. I have considerable background in psychology and a general knowledge of various programming. Mostly I take the bits and pieces others have created and arranging them in ways to address specific remedies.