"My body has nothing whatsoever to do with my identity.
My identity consists entirely in the continuation of the same mental substance, the same soul, 'res cogitans'."
"Material objects may come and go and experiences may come and go,
but my identity is guaranteed by the same-ness of my mental substance, for I am identical with that substance.
"He begins to look at the twelve problems of philosophy of mind-which he calls "BLAH BLAH BLAH"-problems that he returns to through the volume as he illuminates such topics as materialism,consciousness, the mind-body problem, intentionally, mental causation, free will, and the self. "
"Offers a refreshingly direct and engaging introduction to one of the most intriguing areas of philosophy."