Now, that a lot of things are becoming multidisciplinary, we are finding a certain crossroads between neuroscience and philosophy. I have often thought of my journey through my cortex as harkening back to some of the philosophical issues that I had studied as an undergraduate. I vaguely remember them as it has been a number of years since I have looked at those textbooks but when I have laying around after therapy with not enough energy to do anything, I have been thinking about the mind-body problem in a very personal way. Unfortunately, I haven't had the mental energy to do the heavy lifting to fully specify what I have been thinking but it has occurred to me that in my own personal journey that I am tackling some of the big issues of the mind-body problem, questions of personal identity, consciousness, epistemology (how do we know what we know--especially, since I haven't been able to count on a quality view of reality from my senses), etc. As my Gentle Reader can imagine, I am questioning a lot about myself these days. What is true, what was true but no longer is, what was true but has grown.
I have found an article here that goes into the beginnings of how proprioception (sense of the body) is connected with the philosophy of the mind.