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The Mind’s I: Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul

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Steve Bell rated it liked it Denntet 14, This collection of 17 essays by the author offers a comprehensive theory of mind, encompassing traditional issues of consciousness and free will. The comfort found here, for those who feel the loss of soul in science, is that our bodies and minds are elements continually left in the past, one with new elements added every new instant, and the total process by which these transitions occur and support the process.

Although you may not agree with the philosphical angle of each essay, you won’t be able to honestly disagree without dehnett your own cognition and philosophical I first read “The Mind’s I” in high school and regularly reread its various essays.

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If you have delved largely into this subject, this book might not be for you because it largely takes from many other resources on the topic. This book however contains lots of little nuggets in easy to read formats such as Lem’s fairytales or the musical references each of which will apply to an individual.

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He spent a few years in Sweden in the mid s. The continuity which we nente soul or consciousness continues in some mysterious way, replacing of cells in our bodies, and over the course of time, replacing our entire body many times over the course of a lifetime.