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caretaker2018
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    • caretaker2018 has written a new post "I used to hear voices. For years. It started when I'd walk into my..." 07.06.2018

      Those philosophers did not have the benefit of knowledge about the brain that now exists.
      You call metaphysics science, but nothing is a science unless it is disprovable with physical evidence.
      Evidence suggests that thoughts are just the experience of encoded data in the brain. There is no supporting evidence for anything dualistic about thought.
      Some people want there to be a metaphysically privileged mind that somehow exists beyond the physical computer of the brain. They want it so badly they believe in it without a persuasive preponderance of evidence.
      Why do they want to believe it so badly? Because it leaves hope for a soul and and afterlife and all that stuff that people want to exist.
      It's confirmation bias. The mind is very good at dismissing evidence that leads to conclusions it finds distasteful.

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