Re: Curious Incident: Pages 89 - 132
Oops, I lied: I did read past 157 last night. I almost forgot that I wanted to ask what everyone thought of Christopher's discussion of the mind in chapter 163. Do you think he really understands the mind?
(Well, come on, who really understands the mind? But do you think he understands it in a basic sense, the way that we understand people having minds that are like our own, but distinct, and so forth.)
And what did you think of his description of the mind, particularly his reduction of the mind to a kind of computer?