On 3/7/2013 7:54 PM, meekerdb wrote:
What I am exploring is a dual aspect theory that allows for minds
to act on bodies and bodies to act on minds in a symmetric way.
How is this any different than saying mind is what a brain does. They
physical processes of the brain and the psychological processes of the
mind are just different levels of talking about the same thing.
It is not. "saying mind is what a brain does" is strict identity,
what Pratt proposes is a mathematically representable duality.
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