Please, Readers, see if it holds true, though, if you are a Buddhist practitioner, say. Or, other individual (it's not an outlandish claim, I don't think).
Here I go, and I quote myself (without quotation marks, as that would be weird):
The "Mind-Body Problem" is a key topic in philosophy in the West, and has a long history (millennia).joe, quoting himself wrote:
- Western Philosophy is a description and a study of what seems to be the case when the mind is moving.
- Eastern Philosophy (say, Buddhist... ) is a description and a study of what seems to be the case when the mind is ...not ...moving.
Here is a video series of very brief talks with Western philosophers, on the topic of "the Mind-Body Problem".
The mind is moving in all these discussions, and in the deliberations leading-up to them, no?
Others, using other methods, would describe things differently! And, they have. It's called, "The Dharma", I'd say.
But see how and where the Western habit is still working on this:
http://www.closertotruth.com/series/wha ... dy-problem