mind and the body work together, that they have a feedback loop that connects them
Arthur Schopenhauer: The Two Things That Stop Us From Being Happy
Zat Rana

One of the great advances, and greatest limitations, of the Enlightenment was the Cartesian 3rd person perspective.

Objectivity — i.e., a separation of the abstract mind from the physical world on which it depends — is a wonderful abstraction. And a dangerous mythology.

We’re only now beginning to understand the limitations of Cartesian objectivism.