When the patient recovers from the incident and surgery

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Tim Squire Phil 2010 November 13, 2006 Great Questions Essay Assignment #1 When the patient recovers from the incident and surgery, the person occupying the body will no doubt be Bob. Bob’s brain was recovered, and inserted into Sally’s body, while Sally’s brain was unfortunately destroyed, effectively eliminating her existence. Sally’s body will no doubt affect Bob, in that it is different from his original frame. Hormones will influence Bob’s thought processes and in turn his personality, however the effects would be minimal due to the fact that the primary entity residing in the body is Bob Bob will think of himself as Bob, because his brain will still retain all memories he formerly had while in his original body . Other people, obviously, will see him as Sally, due to the evident fact that visually he is Sally. This hypothesis is based on evidence, given that the body obviously affects the mind, examples being hunger, pain, and other forms of stimuli. When one is hungry or
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