I see an embodied mind, not an em-minded body. Not an em-minded body Correction: actually, this formulation is wrong. It is an em-minded body and not…It is an em-minded body
——. Perhaps then I see:
one route which is disembodied: a mind which is disconnected from its body, yet contained or within it and world, such that there is only one kind of Being (human thinker Being).
And another route which is embodied. The world is embodied. There are actual universal bodies which Be, or otherwise are Being.
These routes, though, are not mutually exclusive in the sense of conventional methodological reductionism, like a bi-lateral unity; rather, they arise Non-philosophically as a unilateral duality.