|The Disembodied Mind Assumption SupportiveArgument1 #478|
Thinking is an abstract process that does not require the presence of a body.
- The notion of emodiment is used by many situated action theorists. See, for example, "COG" Box 109.
- On the notion that the mind is disembodied, see the "Is the brain a computer?" arguments on Map 1 and the "Can functional states generate consciousness?" arguments on Map 6.