The human mind has no knowledge of the human body except what it has perceived through the five senses. If we had none of the five senses, we'd have noblakemc
Thanks for your kind. I will read them Imanilsswg
I don’t know that I would call this "an irritating problem,” but it is certainly forms part of one of the central issues in Spinoza’s philosophy, onelrfletcher
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