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A good analogy to use here is provided by present-day computers. Complete knowledge of their hardware, their machinery, does not completely specify their power. Only when software, the multitude of ways the machinery can be programmed to behave, is taken into account can we know what these devices are capable of. At the most general level, therefore, my tenet is that we gain access to mind through the use of both brain and environmental-behavioral analyses. Since the latter include observations of verbal as well as of instrumental behavior, the question is raised as to the relation between consciousness and other psychological states.
Yet through my retina and brain, it seems able to act on my mind. The theoretically impossible happens. In mine, I assert that it does act on my mind. Conversely my thinking "self" thinks that it can bend my arm. Physics tells me that my arm cannot be bent without disturbing the sun. My mind then does not bend my arm. Or, the theoretically impossible happens. Let me prefer to think that the theoretically impossible does happen. Eccles accepts Sherrington's conclusion that the mind is not a form of energy, then evolves an elaborate theory as to how non-energy mind can act on matter, appealing to telepathy as supporting evidence.
An introduction to the chemistry of the silicones by Eugene G. Rochow