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Old Sep 23rd 2019, 03:00 PM   #1
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Mind right

Mind can be explained as dualism. At first, it is cut by body only and not mind. But we can cut body without mind together. This happens as the same. So mind is right this way.
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Old Sep 23rd 2019, 04:44 PM   #2
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If that philosophist talking "body vs soul"?
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Old Sep 24th 2019, 02:16 AM   #3
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Mind can be explained as dualism. At first, it is cut by body only and not mind. But we can cut body without mind together. This happens as the same. So mind is right this way.
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Old Sep 24th 2019, 04:22 AM   #4
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I think Neila's interpretation seems to fit,
But apart from that, I'm not sure what additional comment can be made.
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Old Sep 24th 2019, 09:08 PM   #5
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@philipishin:
What's the use of "mind right"? What useful is you can cut the body two sides?
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Cool wrong mind

"There is nothing "wrong" with maths, and it is the best (perhaps the only) way of describing many phenomena in physics.

However some people become carried away by the elegance or "beauty" of the mathematical model,
possibly to the point of missing the "truth" of the underlying reality being described.

As an analogy,
I have read some books where the language was nuanced, poetic and lyrical.
I could marvel in shear admiration of the clever interplay of the words.
But the actual story being told was totally rubbish. "
..............
This kind of comment appears in a forum of physics, this semi-tramp like to say something redudant:
Yes. In history of physics, no one can write something entirely poetic, including Newton, Einstein, Schordinger, that dragon...
BUt the actual story being told...?

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