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Thought Experiment

THOUGHT EXPERIMENT: One day, a prince wakes up and finds himself in unfamiliar surroundings. He looks across the bed and sees a stranger. He is adamant that he has been kidnapped but everyone around him wonders what he means. When the prince looks in the mirror he sees a stranger. He has the body of a cobbler and is in the cobbler’s home and wearing his clothes. At the same time, the cobbler wakes up in the palace and immediately goes to the guards insisting he has not intruded intentionally, but when he looks in the mirror, he sees the face of the prince. The two have swapped bodies.
QUESTION: Is the prince still the prince, having all the prince’s memories and thoughts but being in a different body? Does the body itself not make the person? 

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Lecture Notes

Multiple Choice Quizzes

Q1. What does Descartes mean by bodies are ‘res extensa’?

Extensions of the mind
Temporarily extendable
Extended into space
Q2. How does Descartes propose the mind and brain interacts?
The pineal gland
The soul
The tongue
The mind's eye
Q3. Which of these is an example of dualism?
The brain
Physical and non-physical
A tree

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'No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness’

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