Mind and body is considered as another form of real human. By giving an example for brain such as unfortunate, euphoria, irritated or happy, it is considered as mind. A brain can be discussed as whatever we called "feeling". For our body, it can do things such as cycling, backpacking, writing paperwork, and discussing. We cannot observe how large is our mind but we can see the body. So, we can conclude that is a physical subject while head is a mentally subject. Based on the older beliefs theory, your brain and person is not correlated. This theory is called as parallelism. What is parallelism? Based on thefreedictionary. com, parallelism is "The doctrine that to every mental change there corresponds a concomitant but causally unconnected physical alteration. " (thefreedictionary. com, 2009) The meaning is every changes that took place in our brain, doesn't affect the body as the changes in our body doesn't have an impact on our mind. Both of these are impartial against one another. For instance, if we're happy, it just a stimulation of chemical substance inside our body that is call endorphin. It really is nothing related to your thinking.
However, if we say that the mind and body are two different and self-employed things, our company is no better than a machine or robot. The thought of Descartes' theory has made a mind and body problem. So what is body and mind problem? The catch is how does mind and body correlated to one another? Matching to Descartes' beliefs, brain is a considering thing while body can be an extended thing. These two is somehow related to one another. To answer this question, Decartes has formed a philosophical theory called dualism. Based on Decartes's dualism, body and mind would depend against each other. Your body needs your brain to tell them how to respond and what to do and your brain needs your body as an thing to express our thinking. However, if we said that there are connected to one another, but where is the connection between the brain and your body? There must some interconnection within the mind and body. Things that we think somehow have an impact on the body and vice versa.
Decartes solution can be done for brain/body problem. What he said was body and mind are connected and irrelevant to each other, but where is the connection that connects your brain and body? Do they even can be found? We can't say that our body is linked by electrons or electromagnetic waves that create within our body because electrons and electromagnetic waves is something that we can easily see and know for years through science. The connection between body and mind must not be visible to your naked eye. If we use the theory of electrons as our proof the life; a scientist can manipulate the electrons that connect through our mind and body and extract your brain and put into someone's body. The body must have a particular code or something special to hook up with your brain. We can't just move your brain into someone's body to survive. If we can do this, we can escape the fact of death. Whenever a person is going to die, just draw out the electrons and put into someone's body. According to Joseph Almog, he said that ". . here's the sort of mind a mind is is steady in time. Given that Decartes's Meditation is a individuals mind, it may well not turn into an angelic or divine head. . " (Joseph Almog, 2002, pg 94). Head provides use steadiness. Hence, there must be an association that binds in a mind and a body of the person, and mind and body must be filled with each other.
Besides that, if body and mind aren't related just like what parallelism said, we can just are in this world with out a body. The body basically is an extended thing. EASILY ask a normal person, what they think about mind. Basically they will just let you know something like brain is a soul, mental, or a soul. So why don't we just reside in this world just by using a soul? Isn't our body is just a little a supplementary feature? When we're lifeless, the body will be assumed as a corpse, our heart will be assumed as a heart. Predicated on what I stated before this about heart and corpse, if dualism is not a solution because of this, we can say that we're just nature living in a corpse body. We are no better than a zombie it doesn't have any sense and feeling towards anything. It really is basically just a walking corpse. Because of this to the, to be called as a man or a living being, one must be exist with a package deal that contains mind and body. These two things aren't divisible as they two are depending on one another. Based on research, there is nothing at all such as zombie, soul or recreation exists. "However, the methodical reporting of the truth only provided proof based on medical research investigating birthmarks and defects. " (Casimir J. Bonk, contents pg xvii) This establishes how exactly we can deeply understand what an individual with thinking and physical are linked together.
Apart from that, physical (body) must exist with head (consciousness). A person wouldn't know very well what pain is, if the physical part of his body does not experience any pain before. For instance, when a person touches a hot stove, he/she will feel the pain by tugging his/her hand. See your face can scream too as an aware of show that we are in pain. However, the pain sense will stays in our consciousness. For next time, even though the stove if not hot, when we will touch it, there's a pain feeling in our brain. Besides that, when a person did not feel any pain before, will they know very well what is this is of pain is? They could just know the idea of pain however, not exact awareness of pain. Hence, it generates a mindful between mind and body about how exactly we feel.
In conclusion, I think Decartes's dualism is the solution for mind and body problem. Mind must can be found with your body and body must are present with mind to stay in that which we called as a individual. Without any of these, we are simply a useless corpse or a nature. Hence, I think Decartes has among the best solutions because of this problem.
Joseph Almog, 2002 What am I?: Descartes and the mind-body problem, Oxford University or college Printing Press.
http://www. thefreedictionary. com/parallelism, Gain access to 17th February 2011, Modified at yr 2000
Casimir J. Bonk, 2010, Descartes Was Right! Souls Do Exist and Reincarnation Proves It: A Challenge To Rethink Dualism