A reviewer notes that Sharon Dirckx makes her case in a way that is easy for the attentive non-specialist reader to understand:
An outline, by chapter: 1. Am I really just my brain?
2. Is belief in the soul out of date?
3. Are we just machines?
4. Are we more than machines?
5. Is free will an illusion?
6. Are we hard-wired to believe?
7. Is religious experience just brain activity?
8. Why can I think?“Neuroscientist says our souls Are NOT Machines” at Mind Matters News, courtesy
Doubts about hardline materialism by usually mild-mannered people are becoming a thing now. Have the trolls left town?
See also: Four researchers whose work sheds light on the reality of the mind The brain can be cut in half, but the intellect and will cannot, says Michael Egnor. The intellect and will are metaphysically simple
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