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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind%E2%80%93body_dualism

Substance dualism is a type of dualism most famously defended by René Descartes, which states that there are ...

www.allaboutphilosophy.org/cartesian-dualism-faq.htm

Cartesian Dualism. QUESTION: What is Cartesian dualism? ANSWER: Dualism is an ancient concept that was deeply rooted in Greek thought. However, long ...

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Dualism, simply put, is the belief that something is composed of two fundamentally different components, and it was around long before Descartes put pen to ...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/dualism

Aug 19, 2003 ... In the philosophy of mind, dualism is the theory that the mental and the .... They emphasize that he was not a 'Cartesian' dualist, because the ...

www.blutner.de/philom/mindbody/Mind_body_dualism.pdf

Blutner/Philosophy of Mind/Mind & Body/Cartesian dualism 3. Descartes' attribute -mode distinction. Instead of properties of substances Descartes speaks of ...

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Feb 7, 2014 ... Descartes in his Meditations tries to prove that mind and body are separate and fundamentally different substances, but is he right?

www.iep.utm.edu/dualism

According to the dualist, the mind (or the soul) is comprised of a non-physical ...... Since the mind is, on the Cartesian model, immaterial and unextended, it can ...

psychologydictionary.org/cartesian-dualism

Apr 7, 2013 ... Psychology Definition of CARTESIAN DUALISM: n. a principle which essentially states that the mind and body are non-identical. The body (and ...

podcasts.ox.ac.uk/43-cartesian-dualism

Apr 8, 2010 ... Part 4.3. Introduces Descartes' idea of dualism, that there is a separation between the mind and the body, as well as some of the philosophical ...

www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeMonr.htm

ABSTRACT: Cartesian dualism and the union of mind and body are often understood as conceptions that contradict each other. Diachronic interpretations  ...