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#phenomenology #cartesian ✱ Edward Maupin

body mind experience and descartes

phenomenology of the body refutes Descartes' dualism on the basis of the body/mind experience Descartes was attempting to organize. He has also proposed mapping the body in terms of the relative appearance and non-appearance of its parts in different states and activities, and in different cultures

linked mentions for "body mind experience and descartes":

  1. mind-body dualism
    Mind–body dualism is closely associated with the thought of René Descartes (1641) (Substance dualism, or Cartesian dualism): the mind is a
  2. cartesian mechanistic physics vs quantum mechanics
    Somatics challenges traditional models of Cartesian dualism in which contemporary scientific psychology was born. Whereas Freud’s psychology was
  3. cartesian theatre
    ‘Cartesian Theatre’ in which conscious experience ‘comes together in a single point in the brain, much as René Descartes thought consciousness
  4. convivo ergo sum
    The idea of self has to be redefined. Even if this inner divine is disguised as a self-steering, autonomous, homeostatic, balancing mechanism; or