Can the form of human mind be hypothetically equated with that of a mathematical point?
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Although one can imagine "mind" and a "mathematical point" having some aspects in common, such as, being without length, breadth or height and perhaps having existence there may be other aspects they do not have in common.
All I would need is one aspect they do not have in common to make them different. Consider that a mind allows for enough consciousness to make choices. A mathematical point does not have the ability to make a choice under a common sense understanding of a mathematical point.
So any attempt to reduce one to the other will likely fail unless one can resolve all of the discrepancies between minds and mathematical points regardless of their similarities.
Consider the question:
So, can the figure of mind be equated with that of a mathematical point?
Since it is easy to imagine properties that are not common to both minds and mathematical points, it is not likely that they can be equated without first finding some way to resolve these differences between them.