Michael Edelman wrote:
> I think you may be perhaps begging the question here. What does it mean to
> "think"? The brain is hardware. By itself, it does nothing. Does a computer
> "compute", or does the program?
>> By "mind" we generally mean the self-aware entity, that which can introspect.
>> -- mike
I think your analogy with computer hardware and software is appropriate. I think
of the mind (teehee!) as a set of programs, and the brain as the hardware. You
can always change your mind, upgrade it even. And you can tune your brain with
drugs and sensory deprivation.
-Simon `the Heretic' Kesenci
Executor of the Get-A-Life Fleet.