The Mind-Body Problem Continued: Functionalism Takes a Stab
The mind-body problem is an issue that yields various philosophical ideas. Functionalism is one such view that proposes a solution. The ideals of functionalism define mental events as brain states, and that mental states are created through a relationship with each other as well as with physical stimuli (such as the senses) teamed with a physical or behavioral result or response.
Functionalism holds that the knowledge of the physical (or the functional methods) are not the complete picture. It is more concerned with the relation to similar and their opposite reaction, and how they relate t…
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