Mind-Body Problem



Mind-Body Problem

The philosophical question arising from the problem of subjective experience and how it can be measured. Descartes framed this problem when he formulated that the world of perception could be totally illusory - that experience of objects does not guarantee physical existence, only the consciousness of the observer. This separation of consciousness from physical or objective reality is the crux of the mind-body problem.

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