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[Science-of-Mind] Oct. 16 meetup: Why is the mind-body problem a bogus problem that is easily resolved?

From: Philip B.
Sent on: Monday, September 20, 2010 10:22 PM
Hi Everyone,

Lori's reserved the meeting room at the Montlake library for Saturday, October 16, 2-5 pm. I expect to close the organized part of the meeting about 4, allowing those who wish to leave to do so, while allowing those who wish to stay and converse to do so. You are welcome to bring non-alcoholic beverages to the meeting.

I'm enclosing a summary of the meeting content and format. Please feel free to send me questions/suggestions/requests at [address removed].

I look forward to seeing all of you who find the topic interesting and who have the time available.

I expect to lead a lively, stimulating, and productive discussion!

I think that our time together will be fun and fascinating!


Main topic

Why is the mind-body problem a bogus problem that is easily resolved?

Related topics (as per group interest)

Why does consciousness seem mysterious?
What is the purpose of consciousness?
Are computers conscious?
Could we create a conscious creature?

What are the basic components and activities of the mind?
Are we responsible for our decisions?
What is my personal identity?


Facilitated discussion led by Philip Bitar. Philip will stimulate discussion with questions, and he will present his own theory in this context. After earning a doctorate in computer science from U. C. Berkeley, Philip spent[masked] developing a comprehensive theory of human life with the rigor of an engineer. Please visit for more info on this theory.


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