The Purpose of the Body by William Adams

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The body is a mistaken conceptualization, by the linguistic and self-aware Social Self strand of consciousness, of the non-self-aware Sensorimotor Cycle strand of consciousness. From that confusion, the concept of the body is projected away from subjectivity and reified into a self-existent object, a projection that guarantees psychological individuality, and thus the survival of the mind.

About William Adams

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Mr. Adams is fifth-ish, works, lives and plays golf in Northern California. Shaped by Viet Nam, women's lib, the loss of heroes the world had changed. He wanted more too life, but, also, wanted to eat. He became an accountant, writing for his own enjoyment, now hopefully yours.
Published February 29, 2012 by Paperless Press. 106 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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