PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Materialism, Baruch Spinoza, Monism

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If somebody would watch our physical activities they would be unaware of our thinking and thought process. They would also be unaware of our anxiety over the essay and the pains of our thinking of the best word. So what goes on in the mind is radically private. We cannot have access to each others thoughts. All we have access to is a body that gives out actions. We have no awareness of the thoughts of others. But we all assume that it"s going on. We weren"t asked if we had a mind on the first day of class. It is an assumption on the part of others. An argument where you make a comparison between two things and based on that comparison the basis of two actions. We have item a and item b and we"re going to have c and d further down the road.

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