Janic wrote:the mind (in the spiritual sense) has nothing to do with memory. The disappearance of the spirit (the rest also besides) accompanies death. By analogy, it's always like switching off the ignition on a vehicle, ALL the functions stop at the same time. Currently it is called a flat electroencephalogram. (provided that this is the correct criterion called into question with NDEs precisely).
Indeed, memory is an information storage area located in the brain.
However, it does not define consciousness, which is a more complex phenomenon.
Consciousness is a kind of level of organization
informational emerge from brain activities.
However, it does not correspond to the mind, but rather to the mind.
"Engineering is sometimes about knowing when to stop" Charles De Gaulle.