Is the psyche seperate from the biochemical?

The connection with the brain does not in itself prove that the psyche is an epiphenomenon, a secondary function causally dependent on biochemical processes in the physical substrate. Nevertheless, we know only too well how much the psychic function can be disturbed by verifiable processes in the brain, and this fact is so impressive that the subsidiary nature of the psyche seems an almost unavoidable inference.

  • Pg. 26, The Undiscovered Self – C.G. Jung, 9-780691-150512
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