> >On Thu, 16 Jul 1998, Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> >Really? You're keener than most. The Egyptians felt their consciousness
> >in their livers, for example. Or did you mean to say that you happen to
> >KNOW that your consciousness resides in the brain, but don't actually
> >*feel* that?
> What I do know is that with other people, if their brains are damaged or
> altered in some way, this changes their behaviour which appears to me as
> an alteration of their consciousness. Ergo, consciousness is attached in
> some significant way to their brains. This is also consistent with my
> own experience, albeit less drastically. Reading Oliver Sacks book
> "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat" is also very consistent with
Please be careful with attributions! I did not write either of the above two messages. I have been seeing a lot of misattribution on this list lately!
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