Category Archives: Philosophical Debates

Why am I against mind-body ‘Dualism’?

In philosophy of mind, according to dictionary, ‘dualism’ is any of a narrow variety of views about the relationship between mind and matter, which claims that mind and matter are two ontologically separate categories. In particular, mind-body dualism claims that … Continue reading

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Debates of the relationship of ‘mind’ and ‘brain’.

This discussion was posted originally on the ‘Philosophy of Religion’ on Google Plus (https://plus.google.com/communities/106769696480814456030): Bub Sahn said. “The mind is not an illusion: Deathblow to materailism? It is sometimes said by materialists that mind or conciousness is an illusion created by processes in … Continue reading

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What is Kalpa? What is Eternity?

 The time concept or system of Hinduism (or Ancient India) is quite sophisticated.  Although it seems very complicated, the scale of time recognition is much deeper and longer.  The biggest time unit is a Cycle of Brahma, which is equivalent … Continue reading

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