posted on Jul, 14 2014 @ 03:26 AM
I have experienced it with my own eyes.
A person's personality can dissolve as they get dementia.
I just watched a documentary on it.
Having been lively people previously - after dementia sets in, some of these people wander around aimlessly, walking out of the house, getting lost,
and sometimes becoming bedridden, losing the ability for conversation. Sometimes they will forget their name or where they come from.
So I was thinking, here was a person with a particular personality and character, and after getting dementia became very different from the person he
was previously. His entire personality, along with his memories was determined by the structure of his brain.
So if personality is determined by the physical structure of the brain, what is left for the soul to determine?