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The Body as a Vehicle for the Mind

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The Body as a Vehicle for the Mind

Rabbi Steinsaltz delves into the relationship between the mind and the body. He compares it to the relationship between a fiddler and a fiddle. Arguing that the brain is the mechanical "vehicle" that does the thinking associated with the mind, suggesting that the brain and mind are interdependent, with neither functioning fully without the other.
Brain, Mind, Health, Illness and Healing, Medicine, Medical Ethics

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