Why the vast difference between animal brain and HUMAN MIND? - Part II
Robert L Kuhn
What is man? What is human mind? What is relationship between man's mental activity and his physical brain? Is "mind" the same as "brain" – or is it something more? We began last month by asking these all-important questions. This month we continue our investigation of human beings and animals. We do this on two levels: 1) mental activity, and 2) physiological brain. In these first two articles, we focus on the materialist's primary point: that the human "mind" is not really different from the output of animal brain. In the previous article, we discussed those mental characteristics which the materialist uses to show that humans cannot be differentiated from animals. In this article, we show how humans can be differentiated from animals - that indeed the human mind is unequivocally and irrevocably distinct from animal brain.
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