No. But the interesting thing is that your view is not really much different
than the muddle-headed nonsense peddled in cognitive "science." You should
think about a career as a cognitive psychologist or cognitive
neuro"scientist" - hell, you already think like one. But, of course, so does
anyone that speaks a language and who hasn't been fixed.
"Jimmy" <rjubb at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Does thinking start in the brain? I am thinking like this; If a thought is
> electrical impulses created from chemicals between neurons then if we have
> free will to think what we want (not random thinking) then we must control
> the process in this atomic level and perhaps even subatomic. How would we
> control this from "inside the brain" if you understand what i mean.
>> Could this be a clue that something (the true self) is using the brain as
> tool? A soul perhaps?