The "brain" doesn't objectively and physically exist as a single entity and the entity “brain” is only a conceptual model. We create the concept of the brain by arbitrarily "separating" it from everything else and by arbitrarily considering a bunch of quantum particles altogether as a whole;
This is the case in point. You really love the word arbitrarily and try to insert it in every sentence.
Leaving that to one side the above sentence fragment means nothing.
Who are the "we" who have decided to separate the brain from everything else?
It's nonsense, clearly the brain is a functioning organ and its removal would result in death.
The only separation that occurs is in the study of medicine, but that's no different from any other organ.
Heart specialists specialise, they don't "arbitrarily" separate the heart from the rest of the body.
You're not approaching this scientifically, you're approaching it from a religious angle in exactly the same way the anti evolution idiots.
You have already come to a conclusion and are trying to find evidence to support that conclusion.
The scientific approach would be to ditch any assumption and look at what is there on its own merits.
You have an idea, your idea is that the soul exists outside of the body and came from elsewhere, probably the divine.
You've not progressed beyond that point.
You've dressed it up in flowery language, inserting as many polysyllabic words like arbitrarily as you can, not with the intention of informing or clarifying your point, but to obscure and muddy the waters.
When this is pointed out you claim what you said cannot be refuted, because it's just an idea, there's nothing to refute, in the same way you cannot refute Hightor's article.
Your sentences are so deliberately convoluted they verge on word salad.
At least you are reasonably articulate, unlike Jasper whose language skills have not developed since primary school.
However, you still have nothing, just a load of verbose acrobatics.
Nobody is fooled, (except perhaps Jasper,) but he and reason went their own separate ways many years ago.