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Space Alien Philosopher Gebkloren Zeyqun Unveils 100P Model of Cognition

Alien Cognitive Scientist Adds 96 More P's to Earthling Vervaeke's 4P cognitive metatheory, proving that in space there's always room for one more P
Space Alien Philosopher Gebkloren Zeyqun Unveils 100P Model of Cognition

Sombrero Galaxy - 28 million light years away from Milky Way Galaxy, Earth, Dr. Gebkloren Zeyqun, a renowned space alien philosopher and professor of extraterrestrial cognition at Hgolia Galaxiversity, has announced a groundbreaking new model of cognition that he has developed based on Earthling Dr. John Vervaeke's 4P metatheory. Dr. Zeyqun, who has spent his career studying the cognitive processes of various extraterrestrial species, expressed his admiration for Dr. Vervaeke's work and stated that his own research was inspired by Vervaeke's 4P framework.

"By understanding the cognitive abilities and limitations of other intelligent beings in the universe, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity of life in the cosmos and expand our own understanding of the nature of intelligence itself."
Dr. Gebkloren, Professor of Extraterrestrial Cognition, Galactiversity of Hgolia

Dr. Zeyqun's new model, which he calls the Vervaeke-Zeyqun 100P metatheory of cognition, aims to provide a more comprehensive understanding of cognition that takes into account a wide range of factors, including cultural, biological, and environmental influences. The following is a list of the 100 P's, along with brief definitions:

  1. Participatory - how to act in the “agent-arena” environment
  2. Perspectival - knowing via embodied perception
  3. Procedural - knowing how to do something
  4. Propositional - knowing that something is true
  5. Perceptual - relating to the process of interpreting sensory information
  6. Predictive - relating to the ability to make predictions based on past experiences
  7. Proactive - relating to taking action to prevent future problems
  8. Process-oriented - focusing on the process rather than the end result
  9. Perceptually-grounded - based on sensory input
  10. Proprioceptive - relating to the sense of one's body position and movement
  11. Prospective - relating to future events
  12. Proximal - relating to objects or events that are nearby
  13. Personalistic - relating to the person or individual perspective
  14. Phenotypic - relating to observable characteristics of an organism
  15. Pathological - relating to disease or abnormality
  16. Pluralistic - recognizing and accepting multiple perspectives or viewpoints
  17. Poised - composed and ready for action
  18. Practical-wisdom - ability to apply knowledge and skills to real-world situations
  19. Pensive - deep in thought or contemplation
  20. Pliable - adaptable or flexible
  21. Placated - calmed or soothed
  22. Persuasive - convincing or influential
  23. Ponderous - weighty or significant
  24. Paradoxical - seemingly contradictory or illogical
  25. Positivist - relating to the belief that knowledge can only be gained through scientific observation and experimentation
  26. Positive-psychology - the study of positive emotions and well-being
  27. Prejudicial - relating to preconceived opinions or biases
  28. Proletarian - relating to the working class
  29. Progressive - promoting social and political reform
  30. Pervasive - widespread or prevalent
  31. Persevering - persistent or determined
  32. Photographic - relating to visual memory or recall
  33. Phantasmagorical - surreal or dreamlike
  34. Physicalist - relating to the belief that everything can be explained in physical terms
  35. Pinnacle - highest point or achievement
  36. Platitudinous - lacking originality or depth
  37. Plausible - believable or reasonable
  38. Ponderable - worthy of consideration or reflection
  39. Portentous - foreboding or ominous
  40. Positively-inclined - having a positive attitude or disposition
  41. Precocious - advanced or mature for one's age
  42. Predestined - predetermined or fated
  43. Predominant - most important or influential
  44. Prerequisite - required or necessary for something else to happen
  45. Presumptuous - overly confident or presumptuous
  46. Preventative - designed to prevent something from happening
  47. Preternatural - beyond what is considered normal or natural
  48. Probabilistic - relating to probability or likelihood
  49. Prodigal - wasteful or extravagant
  50. Productive - able to produce something of value or usefulness
  51. Profound - deep or insightful
  52. Progressive-education - an educational approach that emphasizes student-centered learning and social reform
  53. Promethean - daring or creative in a way that defies convention
  54. Pronounced - distinct or noticeable
  55. Propagandistic - promoting a particular point of view or ideology
  56. Propensity - natural tendency or inclination
  57. Propitious - favorable or conducive to success
  58. Prosaic - dull or uninspired
  59. Prosodic - relating to the patterns of stress and intonation in language
  60. Polymathic - having knowledge in many different fields
  61. Polychronic - able to handle multiple tasks or events at the same time
  62. Punctual - timely or on schedule
  63. Pungent - having a sharp or strong taste or smell
  64. Pyrrhic - relating to a victory that comes at too great a cost
  65. Phenomenological - relating to the subjective experience of phenomena
  66. Pedagogical - relating to teaching or education
  67. Polite - showing respect and consideration for others
  68. Pragmatic - practical or useful
  69. Pantheistic - relating to the belief that the universe is divine
  70. Preoccupied - absorbed in thought or activity
  71. Puerile - immature or childish
  72. Pugnacious - inclined to fight or argue
  73. Palpable - able to be felt or touched
  74. Palliative - relieving or soothing, but not curative
  75. Panoramic - providing a wide or comprehensive view
  76. Parodic - relating to a humorous imitation or spoof
  77. Parsimonious - frugal or stingy
  78. Pecuniary - relating to money or finances
  79. Pedantic - overly concerned with minor details or rules
  80. Penultimate - second to last
  81. Percussive - relating to percussion or the striking of objects
  82. Peremptory - insisting on immediate attention or obedience
  83. Perennial - lasting for a long time or recurring year after year
  84. Perfidious - deceitful or treacherous
  85. Perfunctory - done without enthusiasm or interest
  86. Peripatetic - constantly moving or traveling
  87. Periscopic - able to see around obstacles or corners
  88. Permeable - able to be penetrated or passed through
  89. Persnickety - overly concerned with minor details or rules
  90. Pertinent - relevant or applicable
  91. Phlegmatic - calm and unemotional
  92. Picaresque - relating to a rogue or adventurer
  93. Pilgrimage - a journey to a sacred or important destination
  94. Pithy - concise and meaningful
  95. Plucky - courageous and determined
  96. Pneumatic - relating to air or gas under pressure
  97. Polyglot - able to speak multiple languages
  98. Prodigy - a person with exceptional abilities or talent
  99. Proprietary - relating to ownership or possession
  100. Panglossian - having an overly optimistic outlook despite facing difficult situations or challenges.
A small sample of the various extraterrestrial brains and minds that Dr. Zeyqun has examined across the universe

Dr. Zeyqun told us, "As an alien philosopher and scholar, I have spent my career studying extraterrestrial cognition across different species, and I firmly believe that it is crucial for us to continue exploring this field. By understanding the cognitive abilities and limitations of other intelligent beings in the universe, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity of life in the cosmos and expand our own understanding of the nature of intelligence itself. Furthermore, studying extraterrestrial cognition can provide us with valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities that arise from different cognitive structures and help us develop more inclusive and cooperative ways of interacting with other species. In short, the study of extraterrestrial cognition is not just a fascinating intellectual pursuit, but a necessary step towards creating a more harmonious and enlightened future for all beings in the universe."

A page from Dr. Zeyqun's previous book entitled Vervaekean 4P Cognition in Extraterrestrial Neuroscience. This section describes the relationship between the 4P cognition and various extraterrestrial neurology or similar physiomorphological cognitive apparatus.

Dr. Zeyqun plans to publish his work in a prestigious space alien academic journal Universal Scientist Quarterly, and he has already begun work on his next model, which he plans to call the Vervaeke-Zeyqun 1000P model. He believes that this model will provide an even more comprehensive understanding of cognition and hopes that it will be a valuable resource for researchers and scholars in the field of extraterrestrial cognition.

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