I don’t see an immaterial Concepts as having a separate existence from a physical substrate when it comes to the human body. For me the , the cognitive Machinery is always doing its thing. But, this is philosophy not cognitive science. The errors were mine for taking the physical brain’s involvement and conscious human involvement for granted. I never could really understand the artificial separation of such things as anything but a linguistic convenience – a reasoning tool. It’s like we can reason about the logical layout of a database “as if” it had an identical physical layout while knowing that there is a separate physical structure that may look entirely different. None of what I said makes what I answered any less incorrect. But knowing bias is useful.

I don’t see an immaterial Concepts as having a separate existence from a physical substrate when it comes to the human body.

For me the , the cognitive Machinery is always doing its thing.

But, this is philosophy not cognitive science. The errors were mine for taking the physical brain’s involvement and conscious human involvement for granted.

I never could really understand the artificial separation of such things as anything but a linguistic convenience – a reasoning tool. It’s like we can reason about the logical layout of a database “as if” it had an identical physical layout while knowing that there is a separate physical structure that may look entirely different.

None of what I said makes what I answered any less incorrect.

But knowing bias is useful.

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