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This Study Showed That Our Sense of Self isn’t Fixed

What does this mean for the dualism debate?

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Our sense of Self, or our mind, is something we all experience, but how can we prove it exists? We can’t see it, or hear, taste, or touch it. Nor can we experience anyone else’s, only our own. The debate between whether our mind exists within or independently of our brains has gone on for centuries.




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