SUPPORT IN THE HEART as the Moving Body Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) systematically disputed materialism as a solution The mind-body problem. Hobbes argued that everything in the world, including our thoughts and minds, is in principle only one thing and one thing to interpret: moving matter. Ideas, for example, can be explained, argued as moving matter in the brain. The perception of the world is generated in the brain of a person when movement of the outside world causes motion in the brain, which is then seen as an external object and so on. If everything can be explained as moving material, including spirituality, there is no reason to assume that mind and substance are two fundamentally different things. Rather, it is more reasonable to assume that if it can be explained in all material terms, everything is essential. So Hobbes argued.
The Motion of the Movement as the Opposition to the "Consciousness Doubt"
This view contrasts with Rene Descartes's "Mind-Body Dualism." Descartes stated that the view is dualistic if he claims that there are two fundamentally different things; The view is monistic if it claims that there is only one kind of thing. Descartes argued that mind and substance are two fundamentally different things. Our conscious mind is one thing, Descartes argued, and our physical brain, made of material, is another thing. How did you get this conclusion? Descartes lived in times when people questioned many traditional beliefs. Descartes began his philosophy by searching for things that can be known with absolute certainty, systematically and deliberately questioning what can be rationally questioned. He was trying to see how far he was going. If we carry out the systematic doubts as far as possible, he argues that we may ultimately come to a conviction that can not reasonably be doubted. If so, then we have achieved something totally and absolutely assured. Of the statements he finally claimed to have proved to be certify, two are related to the problem of the mind-body: 1. The essence of the substance is the expansion of space, that is, the volume of space.
2. The essence of the mind is nothing but thinking.
1. Since the material and the mind have different essences, the brain is not the brain and the brain is made of material but is purely material and the mind is not essential in Nature.
2. Thus, the brain must be one thing and the mind must be different.
3. The mind is therefore not a material or a non-physical entity.
In my opinion Thomas Hobbes believes that I agree. He claimed that a moving question would remain if another force did not change what was really true.
Particularly interesting how Hobbes deals with the materiality of the human subject As we have previously mentioned, Hobbes concludes that all things, including thoughts, are material; However, the model of cognition still reflects the strange division of the individual thinkers and the rest of the material world; Because Hobbes says we never experience the real significance of the thing. Both Hobbes inherited and spread the standard lesions of mental function. There are many interesting and important observations and theories as Hobbes explains the model of cognition and tries to extrapolate a political theory.
I have deliberately introduced the logical Hobbes explanation of the "mind-body-dualism" as a catalyst that contradicts the disturbing argument of Descartes. If Descartes doubted what he was doubting? Mind? Body?
Hobbes' view was logical and the analysis was orderly and step by step. In his argument, we see the seed of the later skeptical thought that similarly argued that all experience is truly perception and that we know the true knowledge of the material world. In Hobbes, this philosophy is particularly interesting because it insists on the skepticism that all thoughts are still material. It should also be noted that although the use of these terms is very different from many other mainstream authors. Hobbes did not use the twisted tongue because he did not want to confuse anyone. This approach helps to understand the theory. Hobbes's language skills are also interesting for cultural scholars and scholars. Hobbes devotes a whole chapter to the language and its correct use under which an interesting model of language function is offered in political society in which the metaphorical language is explicitly concealed.
Hobbes' theory includes the mind, reasoning, Fancy, Imagination, including a subclass of the following two parts, Reason, Understanding and Will. And so he settles any question that opposes materialism.
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