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Both (body and brain) are nothing more than images in your mind. Just like, for example, evolution, which you probably meant when you wrote about the creation of the brain or body.
The BRAIN is the main part of the body – without a brain, the body is not able to solve any of the most primitive tasks of life. The body is secondary.
A BRAIN without a body is able to work productively with nutrition. This is described in the science fiction novel “Professor Dowell's Head”.
Recently, a disabled body transplant/replacement was planned for a disabled person with a normal head and a sick body.
Both are just a way to keep our genes alive. It is the genes that have grown both the body and the brain. All of evolution is aimed at one thing only, so that genes can live, and bodies and brains can die. Such a genocentrism.
Unfortunately, the body is designed for the brain as a temporary tool to carry out its intentions. Temporary because after death, the body breaks down into its constituent elements-fire, air, earth, and water. And the brain goes into a different state-a spiritual and cold Mind. Because the lifetime state of the brain is Affect or a hot head.
There is no separate brain and body, but an organism with many organs, and the most important one is the brain. But, even being the most important and complex, it is still only a separate organ of the entire central nervous system, so even with a partially damaged brain, even a brain, even a spinal cord, you can live exactly the same as with completely absent or partially damaged other organs.
Some living organisms do not have a nervous system at all, but nothing, they live. But evolution is such a thing, if the body becomes more complex, then we need a more complex system of controlling this body, so that nothing was created for anything, but simply everything developed together.
In general, it seems to me that you consider the brain something out of the ordinary because we have consciousness. Very interesting and not very clear why the necessary thing, for the presence and operation of which a certain area of the brain is responsible, but the fact is that consciousness in general can be just a byproduct of evolution, it did not interfere with life, even helped, so it remains to excite our minds and help us understand a lot of things.
PS Of course, all this is purely subjective opinion, based both on fully confirmed scientific data, and on personal speculation and even, oh horror, information from the Internet.
It seems to me that the body was created for the brain. And it can be beautiful, sick, old or without any organs, but the brain will still live and work.
Functionally, the body is for the brain. For one way or another, the work of all organs, limbs, etc.is reduced to keeping it in good condition.
I have no idea what else I might have had in mind if chpstno, except for the function
The question is not entirely correct: the brain itself is a part of the body. Hence the obvious answer: the brain is made for the body. Basically, it controls somatics. Naturally, it is not a “thinking organ”, although its state sometimes correlates with thoughts. But thoughts are not in the brain — they are in the mind. Roughly speaking, when an experimenter says the word “synchrophasotron” to a person undergoing an examination in a functional tomograph, the subject's brain must at least prepare a complex program for the vocal cords, diaphragm, tongue, larynx, chest and neck muscles, and much more, which will allow you to repeat this word aloud. This correlation is captured by a brain scientist and happily takes for “the idea of a synchrophasotron.” And goes for the Nobel Prize.
The mind is bigger than the universe. And the mind is older than the universe. It is generally eternal. More precisely, it is beyond time and space. This time and space are his fantasized products (Poincare convincingly described this at the dawn of the twentieth century in his books “Science and Hypothesis “and”The Value of Science”).
And the mind is omnipotent. But, despite this, it continuously and infinitely increases (grows?) their daughter branches — human minds.
And “brain” is even a linguistically disrespectful word: a relative of “brains” and “dank dampness”. Where does he care about the “organ of thinking” – the Russian language strongly protests.
And the simple sophism “The Brain is in the world, and the world is in the brain”, the omnipotent mind easily turns into an absolutely true statement: “The brain is in the world, and the world is in the mind”.
In ancient times, the heart was considered the receptacle for the soul,I believe that the brain is the totality of the heart and soul, but not the body, but this is just my opinion, and although I am already 55, I thought so in 30. I just knew.
It seems to me that the body is much more necessary for the brain than the brain for the body.A body without a brain can still somehow survive on instinct alone, but a brain without a body won't survive a minute if it's not connected to some artificial device that can support the vital functions of the brain. I don't know for sure, but I think a similar experiment was conducted somewhere,
It is safe to say that our body (musculoskeletal system) this is a tool with which we interact with the world around us and this very body is completely controlled by the brain, on the one hand, on the other hand, the world around us is “recorded” and stored inside our brain.
It follows from this that the body is “created” for the brain, no matter how interconnected they are.
The brain and body are one. Apart from each other, they are simply helpless and do not function. So we can say that they are made for each other