Comparing a new sensory input with former empirical memory causes emotion in amygdala of the brain. Then, aren’t the inputs coming to certain area from both the sensory neurons and the brain’s memory repository? What if several of randomly selected brain-sending information create connection between distant memories and bring creative thinking when it gets recognised through consciousness?
+ ‘Time’ recognised by the brain is unequal to the one perceived by consciousness. – Brain can be influenced by an image exposed only for 0.035sec, which cannot be caught by consciousness. Is it proper to call it unconscious perception? Aren’t we conscious at the moment? Don’t we need more terminology than just freudian conscious/unconscious discrimination?