Mind vs. matter

From: Philip Jonkers (P.A.E.Jonkers@phys.rug.nl)
Date: Tue Sep 25 2001 - 14:05:41 BST

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    > (<"The distinction between mind and matter is in the mind, not in
    > matter.">
    > Except that, without any matter there'd be no mind.)

    Nice digression,

    Regarding that, there's only (greasy) matter defining the
    brain. The `mind' is the collection of thoughts no more,
    its a creation of the brain. Like the self-plex, the mind
    is a (in some people vast) nothing more than a memeplex...



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