On the Origin of Beliefs

The human brain is a wonderfully complex organ and the ‘mind’ that emerges from the electro-chemical processes is truly remarkable.

The existence of mind need not presuppose any divine intervention or other dualist philosophy.

One way of thinking about things is that the brains primary function is to process sensory information; create physical links between different brain structures so as to…

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Writing about personal development, the mind and future histories. New articles every Monday. Website : www.dralanjones.com

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Dr Alan Jones PhD FRSA

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Writing about personal development, the mind and future histories. New articles every Monday. Website : www.dralanjones.com

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