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Consciosness, I and EUREKA

by on 28/06/2015

EugenR Lowy עוגן רודן

The problem of body and mind is one of the major questions the human intellect tries to cope with since the down of the humanity, either in religions or in philosophical terms. So what can be added to this subject after more than two millennium of intellectual activity with the subject? Few decades ago with the development of brain research, computer sciences, quantum physics and understanding the material behavior on the smallest sub-sub-atomic scale of individual electrons, the hard sciences joined the philosophers and started to ask the question, what is consciousness, what is this “I”, who is always with me, what is mind etc. To start to answer this question we have to try to go to the very start, and probably begin with a provocative “well chewed problem; “To most of the people it seems obvious what human body is, but they have no clue what this soul…

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