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A question of who are you is not one that can be answered The extent of it can only be pondered and hypothesized through ideas Ideas of ones own and ideas presented by great philosophers The ideas of ones own probably didnt originate in their mind but accepted or contracted from others This process of learning constantly checks and revises our own views These ideas of ones self can very from one person to the next It is like that because religious beliefs play a large roll in explaining the unexplained I am going to explain my views and why I chose to believe that way There are a number of questions one has to ask when pondering who am I These questions involve the mind and spirit and if they relate to any material stuff The questions of death and the afterlife are also brought up in the discussion I am a believer in the existence of some mental substance Our soul is the collaboration of memories knowledge feelings and ideas The soul is all this mental stuff throughout time building and personalizing It is because of this society has recognized people make mistakes A bad choice does not make a bad person People can change through time It is like there soul has grown a new branch These branches always return to the same trunk thought This show that the person is not a new person but developed Like Locke believed two things cannot have one beginning You have to be the same person generally from day to day Is this soul stuff implanted in to a material body or a computer of some sort I feel this computer theory to be too unimaginable The sensation of touch the feeling of pain just too indescribably real to be processed by a machine So all of this sole stuff is in the brain but what happens when the body shuts down This
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