Panzer divisions at war, 1939-1945 : rare photographs from by Ian Baxter

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De Freitas Araujo 4 problematic, since there are also many scientists who clearly speak out against the materialist worldview, thereby demonstrating the independence of science and materialism. My aim in this study is to debunk this false identity and to show how it has generated mythical views on human nature, taking as examples the more radical attempts in contemporary neuroscience to eliminate the autonomy of subjective human experience. This usually happens in three steps: initially, some capacities, previously assigned to human beings, are attributed to the brain or part of it; then, a complete physicalization of human nature in general is proclaimed, which is thus reduced to a mere product of the brain activity; and finally, this materialistic view is propagated as the inevitable result of contemporary science.

Who now “knows,” “makes assessments,” “interprets,” “creates,” “seeks explanation,” etc. is no longer a person but a piece of matter (part of the brain). It turns out that the use of such enchanted metaphors, taken as real explanations of phenomena, produces the opposite result of what was promised, namely, a scientific explanation. After all, we must not forget that analogies and metaphors are valid only when, as well as the manifest similarities, the differences are also highlighted. 4 As I tried to show elsewhere (Araujo 2003, 2006), the attribution of real properties and psychological skills to physical objects is characteristic of a very primitive stage of human intelligence, namely, the animism that every materialist wants to combat.

Juiz de Fora: Editora UFJF. Araujo, S. F. (2006). Wie aktuell ist Wilhelm Wundts Stellung zum Leib-Seele-Problem? Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geschichte der Nervenheilkunde, 12, 199–208. , & Jaeschke, W. ). (2000). Materislismus und Spiritualismus. Philosophie und Wissenschaften nach 1848. Hamburg: Meiner. , & Zarka, Y. C. ). (2006). Matérialistes français du XVIIIe siècle. La Mettrie, Helvétius, d’Holbach. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Baake, K. (2003). Metaphor and knowledge.

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