Sein wrote:As mechanical philosophy view the world as a large machine, and human being as machine inside that, all rule by certain rules.
The doctrine say that everything is not-self, inconstant and suffering, and karma.
We encourage to view the body as 4 elements. Even the consciousness as a composition of the elements explained in Abhidhamma.
Can we see body as machine, and consciousness, feeling, perception, formation as program?
Is mechanical philosophy consider wrong view in Theravada? Or is it acceptable?
gavesako wrote:This might be relevant:
The Church-Turing-Deutsch Principle and Buddhist Philosophy.
http://rational-buddhism.blogspot.co.uk ... e-and.html
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