Anyone can read the posts, but you have to be a forum member to actively participate.
P.S. Because this post attracted an incredible amount of comment spam, I've closed the comments on this thread.
P.P.S. The moderator has posted an additional reply. While I appreciate his taking the time to have a dialogue, I have to say I see a fair amount of special pleading in his position. The attitude seems to be that we already know Jaynes' theory is correct, so any contradictory evidence must be the result of mistranslation or a sign of an earlier and more gradual transition from bicamerality to introspection. The flimsiest reeds are used to prop up the bicameral-mind idea, while very obvious departures from bicamerality are minimized or dismissed. Sinuhe's life story, which in no way fits Jaynes' depiction of a robotic, hypnotized, unconscious person incapable of dealing with novel situations, is somehow shoehorned into the theory because Sinuhe refers to his pharaoh as a god.
Color me unimpressed ...
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