If I think about a particular thing — my cat Tabby, for example — my actual cat Tabby isn’t in my brain.
Neurosurgery professor Michael Egnor explores the amazing case of Tatiana and Krista Hogan.
It’s not just that media-darling disciplines ruled by naturalism fail the facts. They fail at precisely the points where they should succeed if naturalism were true.
Tatiana and Krista Hogan’s shared and individual powers of mind are just what Thomistic dualism predicts.
“It’s quite plausible” is treated as equivalent to evidence, eliding the question of how exactly we come to “consciously believe” anything.