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Philosophy of mind, philosophical reflection on the nature of mental phenomena and especially on the relation of the mind to the body and to the rest of the physical world. It is specifically concerned with the nature of thought, feeling, perception, consciousness, and sensory experience.
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A two-placed relation, such as “larger than,” is one that requires two things (say, a desk and a book) before it holds. Similarly, the truth relation of correspondence holds between two things a relevant fact and a proposition just in case the fact matches, conforms to, corresponds with the proposition.
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The concept of relation as a term used in general philosophy has a long and complicated history. One of the interests for the Greek philosophers lay in the number of ways in which a particular thing might be described, and the establishment of a relation between one thing and another was one of these.
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