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November 01, 2007

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blog nerd

Hi Stephanie. Thank you for stopping by blog nerd and for providing the link to your interesting site. This link is FABULOUS. I'm glad to have it as I'm a humanities scholar who is using cog sci in her Ph.d dissertation.

I'd be interested in the official definition of mind vs. brain as you employ it--is their a material difference between mind and brain as you describe it or does mind simply arise from brain? And what peer-reviewed work do you cite as a defense of your definition?

I think your usage of it is clear from the context but I was wondering philosophical and neurologically how you are defining it specifically.

Sorry to be lazy, I'm sure that is contained somewhere herein--but if you don't want to summarize here maybe point me to a link?

Thanks

blog nerd

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