18574Leibniz Idealism: the brain is like a violin that the mind plays.
- Aug 31, 2013Leibniz Idealism: the brain is like a violin that the mind plays.
IMHO opinion, based on Leibniz's Idealism,
neurophilosophy has everything upside down.
As I see it, the brain is like a violin. As such it cannot
by itself perceive anything, thuink anything,
feel anything, do anything, and especially not intend
anything, because it is passive. Instead, Mind,
is the active agent, does all, thinks all, feels kll,
and so forth. David Chalmers
Dr. Roger B Clough NIST (ret.) [1/1/2000]
See my Leibniz site at
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