The mind–body problem is the problem of explaining how mental states, events
and processes—like beliefs, actions and thinking—are related to the physical ...
The Mind-Body Problem. Information philosophy views the mind as the
immaterial information in the brain, which is seen as a biological information
The mind-body problem is an ongoing problem in the philosophy of mind and in
metaphysics, concerning the nature of the relationship between the mind, ...
/ body problem
is the problem
facing philosophers of the mind
: is the mind
simply a product of the biological, physical brain or is it rather a product of nonmaterial, nonphysical forces? Those who answer with the latter are dualists, arguing that the mind
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The body is about the physical aspects of the brain-neurons and how the brain is
structured. The mind-body problem is about how these two interact. One of the ...
Despite the obviousness of this problem, and the amount of attention given to it, ...
I. The Mind-Body Problem. There is an age-old problem in philosophy known as
the "mind-body problem." One quick way to state the problem is this: what is the ...
Aug 19, 2003 ... The mind-body problem concerns the relationship between these two sets of
properties. The mind-body problem breaks down into a number of ...
to explain in what this traditional mind–body problem consists, what its possible
... a precise form to the mind–body problem, which is presented as a set of four.