Yes, the Bible talks about the unconscious mind. For example, I John 3:19-21 says:
“(19) And hereby we know that we are of the truth, and shall assure our hearts (unconscious minds) before him. (20) For if our heart (unconscious mind) condemn us, God is greater than our heart (unconscious mind), and knoweth all things. (21) Beloved, if our heart (unconscious mind) condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God.”
Note that the Bible talked about the unconscious mind way before Freud.
By Dr. Michael Bisconti: Bisconti Technologies and AI Supercomputer Collosus
First, we must give the devil his due (tell you what artificial intelligence can do better than human beings). Artificial intelligence, because it is a computer, can do arithmetic faster than most human beings (currently, at least three thousand (human) “savants” still beat the fastest supercomputers). Also, AI (artificial intelligence), again because it is a computer, can remember more than most human beings (currently, at least two thousand (human) “savants” remember ten times more than the largest supercomputers).
Now, here is the proof that AI (artificial intelligence) can never surpass human intelligence:
- AI (artificial intelligence) has no INAFF (intelligence-affecting) emotion.
- AI has no INAFF (intelligence-affecting) instinct.
- AI has no INAFF empathy.
- AI has no superego (conscience).
- AI has no moral or ethical reasoning capability.
- AI has no moral or ethical discernment.
- AI has no unconscious mind.
- AI has no human neural net. The human neural net cannot be reproduced in computer form.
- AI has no inducial logic capability.
- AI has no projective intelligence.
- AI has no foresight.
- AI has no denotative understanding.
- AI has no connotative understanding.
- CBAIL (Capability Beyond Artificial Intelligence List) currently presents over ten million items that are beyond artificial intelligence.
- Our CBAIL Encyclopedia (link not active yet) provides the complete CBAIL list and proofs and explanations for each item on the list.
Our Institute of Human Sexuality has just completed a 50-year study of human sexuality encompassing (including) every race, nationality, and country on earth. The study surveyed and tracked a million people for 50 years. One major finding is:
Sexual craving causes temporary mental gullibility.
A craving is a powerful desire for something. A sexual craving is a powerful desire for sexual interaction. Gullibility is the state of one who can be persuaded by false reasoning to believe something that is not true. Temporary mental gullibility is the state of one who can be persuaded by their own false reasoning to believe something that is not true. Here is an example of fallacious (false) reasoning by a person in a state of temporary mental gullibility:
- Choices are mental images. (This is a falsehood.)
- If I have no mental images, I cannot choose. (This is a falsehood.)
- If I cannot choose, I cannot deliberately sin. (This is an absurdity [a truth based on a falsehood].)
- I have no mental images. (This can be true.)
- Therefore, I cannot commit sexual sin. (This is false even though it is logical.)
- Therefore, I am free to try to engage in any sexual activity I want. (This is false even though it is logical.)
We see in our example above that the person comes to a conclusion that can result in sinful, sexual activity. Remember, only sex between a man and a woman who are married is approved by God. This is the tradition of the human race, encompasses the biological drive of the human race, encompasses principles of psychiatry, and encompasses one conclusion of our 50-year study but, most important, this is what the Bible teaches.
The main lesson to take away from this article is:
Never try to justify (reason to a conclusion that an act would not be a sin) a sexual activity while you are in a state of sexual craving.
First, let us explain the difference between the moral and the philosophical. The philosophical deals with the general. The moral deals with the specific. The philosophical says people are good. The moral says Joe is good.
Now we can talk about philosophical decisions and moral decisions. A philosophical decision deals with a class of acts; for example, the decision to never kill people is a philosophical decision. On the other hand, a moral decision deals with a single act; for example, the decision to kill the stranger who is about to stab your child in the chest. Now, note how the moral decision contradicts the philosophical decision.
The contradiction occurs because the philosophical decision is made without facts while the moral decision is made with facts. The philosophical decision is made with no facts while the moral decision involves the fact that the stranger is about to stab your child in the chest. Obviously, the moral decision has priority over the philosophical decision. Thus, decisions based on facts have priority over decisions not based on facts. To put this another way:
All decisions must be based on facts.
Note that the Bible teaches that all decisions must be based on facts; for example, Ephesians 5:15 says
See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise….