Dualism denotes the state of two parts. The term dualism was originally coined to
denote .... For example, Mazdaism (Mazdean Zoroastrianism) is both dualistic
and ... In traditions such as classical...
Dualistic thinking, according to William Perry's model of intellectual development,
is the intellectual ability to understand good and evil but not the nuances ...
Jun 28, 2012 ... Rohr gives one the simplest, yet completely accurate description of dualistic
thinking. He writes that dualistic thinking is the “well-practiced ...
Sep 24, 2011 ... The truth is this all-or-nothing mentality actually narrows our vision and creates
insecurity. For example, the dualistic mind impels us to judge ...
To name examples: even the worst, most monstrous sociopath ..... Maybe you are
trying to say that dualistic thinking is good for some things but ...
That is, thinking is dual -- there are only two rational views of a statement: it is
right or ... An example of Dualism is the central argument in 'Language, Truth and
Jun 5, 2009 ... When you think about your creativity, do you think holistically? Or do you
reflexively distinguish between, for example, being process-oriented ...
Johnson, David D., "Dualistic, Multiplistic, and Relativistic Thinking as it Relates
to a Psychology .... For example, if one is faced with a glass of water dosed with.
“Dual” thinking, as I understand it, is the idea that something has to be “either/or.
.... For example, "reality is dual" and "reality is non-dual," cannot both be true at
the ... Why can't both non-dualism and the law of non-contradiction both be true?
Mar 25, 2013 ... We would rather be ruined than changed. We would rather die in our dread than
climb the cross of the present and let our illusions die.