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Dualism (philosophy of mind)

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In philosophy of mind, dualism is the position that mental phenomena are, in some respects, .... In the dialogue Phaedo, Plato formulated his famous Theory of Forms as distinct and immaterial substa...

Dualism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Aug 19, 2003 ... In the philosophy of mind, dualism is the theory that the mental and the physical —or mind and body or mind and brain—are, in some sense, ...

Dualism - By Branch / Doctrine - The Basics of Philosophy

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Philosophy: Metaphysics > Dualism. ... Plato first formulated his famous Theory of Forms, distinct and immaterial substances of which the objects and other ...

Philosophy of Mind - Dualism - Platonism

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An important concept to bear in mind when considering Plato's understanding of the soul's relationship to the body is his "theory of forms". According to this view, ...

Dualism

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dualism, Cartesian interactionist - The view that: (1) the mental and the material ... C. Double Aspect Theory-there is one substance with two aspects (mind/body).

Dualism | Definition of Dualism by Merriam-Webster

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Define dualism: philosophy : the idea or belief that everything has two ... 1 : a theory that considers reality to consist of two irreducible elements or modes.

Philosophy of Mind - Identity Theory - Identity Theoy and Dualism

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Identity theory explains the interaction of mind and body as the interaction of physical processes in the brain and parts of the body via the nervous system.

Dualistic theory - definition of Dualistic theory by The Free Dictionary

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dualism. 1. any theory in any field of philosophical investigation that reduces the variety of its subject matter to two irreducible principles, as good/evil or ...

Swinburne's defense of dualism

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Nov 2, 2006 ... We can always add clauses to our theory which can block the possibility ... The principal arguments Swinburne gives for dualism are already to ...

Philosophy of Mind by Roger Jones

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He is called a dualist because he thinks that mind and body are separate and ... Descartes theory does allow for the immortality of the soul, which is perhaps why  ...

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Dualism and Mind | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Epiphenomenalists offer a compromise theory, asserting that bodily events can ... According to the dualist, the mind (or the soul) is comprised of a non-physical ...

mind-body dualism | philosophy | Britannica.com

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Mind–body dualism, in philosophy, any theory that mind and body are distinct kinds of substances or natures. This position implies that mind and body not only  ...

Philosophy of Mind - Dualism - Substance Dualism

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Double Aspect Theory ... Descartes and Substance Dualism. We are now going to look at the most famous representative of the dualist view, the French ...