Dennett raises a question also addressed by Descartes, philosophy homework help

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In an amusing way, Dennett raises a question also addressed by Descartes, am I my brain (mind) or my body, or some combination of the two? Where is my "I," the self that is supposed to subsist throughout changes? He shows that this seems to be an impossible question to answer, thus undermining the concept of the self. Explain why Dennett believes it is impossible to answer this question, why all attempts to define the self as mind, body, or a combination of the two fail.


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It is quite impossible to try to get an answer to the question of the attempts to define self
as the mind, a body, or a rather combination of the two. There are different thoughts of the same
because of the fact ...


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