Edward Feser has presented a lecture on the immateriality of the mind, which is worth listening to:
The core logic of the argument pivots on the principle of distinct identity, turned to how distinguishable entities are inherently different. Syllogistically:
1: Formal thought processes can have an exact or unambiguous conceptual content.
2: Nothing material can have an exact or unambiguous conceptual content.
3: Formal thought processes are not material.
Worth pondering as we reflect on this season.
Enjoy the Christmas season. END