Re: ality

From: Steve Drew (
Date: Fri Feb 22 2002 - 21:35:50 GMT

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    >Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 10:24:23 -0800
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    >The point is that the mind, not the brain, imperfectly recalls the past<

    I have only done very basic philosophy, but as i understood it the mind/body
    duality has still not come up with an answer to the problem of what happens
    to the 'mind' when the body does not exist. Further, if mind is distinct
    from brain then how does something that has no physical presence influence
    that which is physical. If it has a physical presence where is it located -
    the pineal gland perhaps? :-)

    No i don't pretend to understand brain chemistry etc, but i have yet to see
    an answer that actually does provide for a separation of mind and brain.

    Sorry Ted, but i haven't seen anything in yours yet.



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