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Sanneke De Haan
Humboldt Universität Zu Berlin
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How we think about the mind affects how we think about mental disorders: about what they are, how they develop and how we should best treat them. How we think about the mind and its relation to both body and world will typically be implicit though. One commonly assumed 'mind-world topology' regards the mind as internal and the world as external, and gives the mind the task of properly representing the outer world. This leads to a division of labor in which perception provides input from world to mind, cognition processes this input and generates output from mind to world in the form of actions. From such a perspective, psychiatric...
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