What is the relationship between subject and object?
In other words, what is the relationship between the neuroscientist account of the brain as pure materiality, and the person experiencing a vibrant consciousness? How are the two connected? This is a question that is hard - and the hardest part is understanding the question itself.
I think usually there is a Verb involved.
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But seriously, I think that the brain serves as a kind of user interface for the soul. The consciousness is in the soul. The brain is just a way of processing the experiences so the soul can grow.
The object follows the preposition. For example: of the television. Television is the object of the preposition of. There is no grammatical relationship between a subject and an object. There is a grammatical relationship between the subject and the verb. The verb is the action word that tell what the subject is doing. For example: Hubpagegal answered the question. The subject of the sentence is hubpagegal and the verb is answered.
The word object is only used with prepositional phrases. Read more on prepositional phrases to understand more about objects in grammar.
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