In the dialogue Phaedo, Plato formulated his famous Theory of Forms as distinct
and immaterial substances of which the ...
Platonic dualism refers to Plato's Theory of Forms. A very basic outline of this
idea would go something like this. If you draw a circle on a piece of paper, it will
Platonic Dualism: Splitting the Body and Soul. Plato offers the first, oldest
argument that one's physical body and soul are separate entities and that one
lives on ...
Aug 19, 2003 ... One problem with Plato's dualism was that, though he speaks of the soul as
imprisoned in the body, there is no clear account of what binds a ...
The primary source for Plato's views on the metaphysical status of the soul is the
Phaedo, set on the final day of ...
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dualism, Cartesian interactionist - The view that: (1) the mental and the ... Plato.
Plato thought that the soul could and would exist apart from the body and would ...
PLATONIC DUALISM. Gilbert Ryle in The Concept of Mind pronounced the "
official doc trine" regarding the nature of the mind and the body as "hailing chiefly
Apr 28, 2012 ... What I want to do here is discuss the Platonic dualism that seems to underlie the
Reformed understanding of the real presence in the Eucharist ...
With this innovation, Plato introduces what was to become a central ingredient in
later versions of dualism: the elevation of the life of the soul (or mind, or reason, ...
Mar 6, 2013 ... It's one thing to say something represents Platonic dualism, it's quite another to
talk about how these ideas are represented in Platonic thought ...