Makes perfect sense and isn't particularly disagreeable. There does seem to be a materialist and reductionist bias. I wonder what the author of the page has to say about the idea (and evidence) that the "mind" is actually non-local.BabyDragon wrote:What do you INFPs think about this: http://www.humantruth.info/souls.html ?
The belief that the soul is of a definite and distinguishable substance, or whatever, sounds sillier to me. So, I tend to translate soul as an amalgamation of consciousness, emotions and desires which are rooted in the physical world of neurons, receptors, hormones, peptides and all those complex organic systems that make up sentient beings.