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Christians, the Brain, and Person: Conceptual Confusion, Unintelligibility, and Implications

@inproceedings{Joubert2014ChristiansTB,
  title={Christians, the Brain, and Person: Conceptual Confusion, Unintelligibility, and Implications},
  author={C. Joubert},
  year={2014}
}
That psychological properties can be attributed to a brain has become a popular notion, even among biblical Christians. Some claim that a brain designs a computer, determines what is true, recognizes symbols, thinks, interprets, analyzes, prioritizes, and stores information, paints and deciphers images, learns, knows, understands, remembers, and makes decisions. First, I argue that all such claims are incorrect, unintelligible, and confused, together with an explanation of why I think so. I… Expand

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