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" Modern " 1596-1650 - Rene Descartes Human Powered by fluids which pass through the hollow nerves (animal spirit) was Amfritzist . Feeling - function of the amount of fluid, but compared to the statues, the man is a rational (thinking .( The pineal gland - (the pineal gland) which occurs in the brain where the body-mind interaction and behavior goes away . Tnuva is the source of knowledge and wisdom is doubting "I think therefore I am " The main contribution - seeing a major organism for understanding brain behavior . Descartes leads to the notion of causal dualism (Cartesian dualism - Mind End Buddy) by common sense - the body has an effect on our thought, and think about effects on the body and must be between mind and body interact . Way to explain the physical translation alone through the brain. But body and mind are one thing . " Niitibizm against Empiricism " One of the first controversies about human psychology is focused on human capabilities are innate (access Niitibisitit) or acquired from the environment (Amfritzistit (
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