Let me take a jab: For example, eyes are merely tissues without Mind (or its effects known as consciousnesses).
Where is Mind and where are the effects (consciousnesses) of Mind? Buddha asked Ananda where is Mind? Buddha did not say self. Buddha did not say small mind (of 6th consciousness thinking). Buddha did not say consciousnesses.
Buddhism teaches that consciousness is one of five aggregates. If consciousness originates in the brain then it is really just a byproduct of the form aggregate. Indeed, so are the remaining three (sensation, perception, formations). Moreover, the Buddha clearly taught that the mind is capable of entering "formless states" which would be impossible unless it can operate independently of the brain.
This is the empirical approach.
The example of self versus others-this dualism exists because of disturbed Mind of all sentient beings. Now Buddhism teaches compassion to correct this false thinking and that Buddha Nature is one out of many (inseparable). That's why said all the Buddhas have one Dharma body is meant by that. So in theory and practice, body and Mind are inseparable. This does not mean body is Mind. But body is an effect of Mind when Mind is disturbed. When Mind is concentrated, there is Bodhisattva and Buddha.
Without Mind, the aggregates would be no difference than rocks.