# Thread: question: what is stimulated by functions

1. ## question: what is stimulated by functions

I would like to know what it is that a function stimulates.

Everyone like's to find an environment that has a positive influence on your primairy function.

How do you call this, does it make you feel better, stimulate the psyche or ....?

2. f(v) stimulates f(p) upwards

3. Originally Posted by FDG
f(v) stimulates f(p) upwards
p in the v?

4. But isn't the formula sometime f(2p) or f(2v), or even f(px) + (vx), where x equals any number?

5. Originally Posted by Subterranean
But isn't the formula sometime f(2p) or f(2v), or even f(px) + (vx), where x equals any number?
you forget that v is also a composite function that can have up to three variables v(v,a,m) and thus you can associate one v to three p-s

6. ## Re: question: what is stimulated by functions

Originally Posted by Jarno
I would like to know what it is that a function stimulates.

Everyone like's to find an environment that has a positive influence on your primairy function.

How do you call this, does it make you feel better, stimulate the psyche or ....?
I think the answer to this question depends on what you think a function is - is an abstract entity which refers to certain kinds of behaviour, or does it refer directly to something biological, like chemicals in your body or something in your brain.

You might feel better largely because of something biological changing or a response the body makes to its environmental conditions - but if your function is an important part of how you consciously determine being happy etc. (i.e. through your cognitive perceptions and judgments), then moods are at least partly abstract, and not purely biological (though you could argue even abstract things like thinking are ultimately biological ).

7. Originally Posted by FDG
Originally Posted by Subterranean
But isn't the formula sometime f(2p) or f(2v), or even f(px) + (vx), where x equals any number?
you forget that v is also a composite function that can have up to three variables v(v,a,m) and thus you can associate one v to three p-s
f(3p +v) is valid on paper, but in reality, is a physical impossibility.

8. ## Re: question: what is stimulated by functions

Originally Posted by Subterranean
Originally Posted by Jarno
I would like to know what it is that a function stimulates.

Everyone like's to find an environment that has a positive influence on your primairy function.

How do you call this, does it make you feel better, stimulate the psyche or ....?
I think the answer to this question depends on what you think a function is - is an abstract entity which refers to certain kinds of behaviour, or does it refer directly to something biological, like chemicals in your body or something in your brain.

You might feel better largely because of something biological changing or a response the body makes to its environmental conditions - but if your function is an important part of how you consciously determine being happy etc. (i.e. through your cognitive perceptions and judgments), then moods are at least partly abstract, and not purely biological (though you could argue even abstract things like thinking are ultimately biological ).
yes indeed it depends on the definiton of function. But let's use the Information Element.

Some information comes into the counscious and that information makes you happy or sad. (to state it simple)

does it work as simple as that? Or have I missed something...

9. I think the answer to this question depends on what you think a function is - is an abstract entity which refers to certain kinds of behaviour, or does it refer directly to something biological, like chemicals in your body or something in your brain.
I don't see why it can't be both....

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