The “interaction problem”: how can the intellect be immaterial when no one can imagine how the immaterial can interact with the material?
It’s odd that people view this as an objection. I look at the same facts and view it as a proof. Of course you can’t imagine the interaction. That’s the whole point! Did you think we were kidding when we said “immaterial”? If I could imagine the interaction, then I’d be wrong! Don’t you see that I’m insisting that you can’t imagine any interaction?
What then? does anyone want to insist that what is, is imaginable? That’s a relic of “space and time” Kantianism that thought Newtonianism was the end of scientific history.