Articulation and conceptualization are, like all processes, “embedded” in reality, in matterspacetime.
All along we are stuck in the paradigm where the mind owns the body, where the mind is seen as whole and the body part.
When we have a body owner paradigm the body is whole and the mind is part.
By flipping the paradigm many problems dissolve. What once were hard problems become easy ones.
When I say “my mind” I no longer mean the owner is that of a souls or spirit but the owner of the mind is the body.
The owner of the mind is the body. I can no longer say my body either.
“Property is theft.”
There are particulars and the entire set of unique particulars.
Everything in between are universals.
There is nothing more specific to particulars and nothing more general to the set.
The mind is identical to the process of the body.
This is not a new approach. Identity theorists, eliminativists, physicalists, materialists, realists are all versions of a philosophy that argues that the world is not dependent on the mind.
If the physical is of secondary importance then what is its function to that which is of primary importance?
There is a danger to downgrading the physical over the non-physical, namely there is no access to the latter realm.
Justifications of this are in general claims of a priori knowledge and existence when we only have a posteriori knowledge to work with.