From: Philip Jonkers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 17 May 2003 - 16:33:31 GMT
>> >The physical structure of the brain has nothing to do with
>> Don't be silly, of course it does.
>In context, I was being a little sarcastic. Of course I believe that
>neurobiology and psychology are connected. I also believe that memetics and
>science are connected.
>> If we forget about ghosts, souls,
>> phantoms, spirits and the lot the brain is the seat of the mind and
>> as you may know (or may not know?) it is the mind that is the playground
>> The physical structure of
>> the brain, in terms of neurons, synapses, neurotransmitters etc.
>> not only has a direct bearing on the psyche it
>> forms the very foundation of the psyche!
>No argument from me, I would say that understanding of psychology,
>sociology, and culture is limited without an understanding of biology.
Bless you, we're on a par after all!
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