There are no such things as souls…

Philosopher Owen Flanagan bluntly asserts, “There are no such things as souls or nonphysical minds”—adding that if they did exist, then “science would be unable to explain them.” But there aren’t minds and souls; so science can explain such things. He claims that “the mind is the brain in the sense that perceiving, thinking, deliberating, choosing, and feeling are brain processes.”

Paul Copan, from “How Do You Know You’re Not Wrong?”, kindle location 884

Merely the behavior of nerve cells…

Nobel laureate Francis Crick declared that “you” are merely “the behavior of a vast assembly of nerve cells and their associated molecules.”

Paul Copan, from “How Do You Know You’re Not Wrong?”, kindle location 883