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Title: are persons bodies?

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Jose T
Date: April 26, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Mental events have a definite subjective quality, whereas physical events of course do not. For example, what does a cut feel like? What does green grass look like? Dualists believe that this would be unlikely to be reduced to anything physical. The mind, according to Descartes, was a "thinking thing" and an immaterial subatance...

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This "thing" was that which made him think, feel, and believe. I have a clear and distinct idea of myself as a thinking non-extended thing, and a clear and distinct idea of body as an extended and non-thinking thing. Whatever I can conceive clearly and distinctly, God can so create. So, Descartes argues, the mind, a thinking thing, can exist apart from its extended body...

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