What is a brain? Is it a clump of cells and tissues working together as an organ in the human body? Your heart beats, your lungs breathe, and your brain thinks. Or is it something more? Can we define a brain by it's function? Is it a collection of thoughts, memories and notions, our own sense of self? InThe Mind-Body Problem, author Jonathan Westphal explores this philosophical problem of the connection between the mind and the body, discussing historical solutions and presenting his own. Do we think with our brains? Or are our minds something beyond that?
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