Philosophy Study 10 (4):229-232 (2020)
AbstractConscious existence is the product of a neural brain mechanism, which is largely identical with Immanuel Kant's Oneness Function, a service performed by 200 million neurons in the prefrontal lobe, & makes possible our interior cosmos, the record of our interconnected, or general, experience. Essential for us humans is the well-being of our interior cosmos, or Saint Teresa of Avila's interior castle, in all interactions with each other \& the greater environment. Any disorders of our cosmos are liable to make us fall ill, setting our existence on a path of psychosomatic etiology of a large class of mysterious undiagnosed diseases.
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