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Categories: Mind–body problem, Dualism, Metaphysical theories
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dualism  Combative dualism  Consciousness-matter dualism  Dualism in philosophy and religion  Dualisms
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The doctrine that reality consists of two basic opposing elements, often taken to be mind and matter (or mind and body), or good and evil WordNet 3.0
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The doctrine that reality consists of two basic opposing elements, often taken to be mind and matter (or mind and body), or good and evil WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
Dualism most commonly refers to: Mind–body dualism, a philosophical view which holds that mental phenomena are, at least in certain respects, not physical phenomena, or that the mind and the body are distinct and separable from one another Property dualism, a view in the philosophy of mind and metaphysics which holds that, although the world is composed of just one kind of substance—the physical kind—there exist two distinct kinds of properties: physical properties and mental properties Cosmological dualism, the theological or spiritual view that there are only two fundamental concepts, such as "good" and "evil", and that these two concepts are in every way opposed to one anotherDualism may also refer to: Dualism, systems or problems in which an intelligent adversary attempts to exploit the weaknesses of the investigator Dualism, the belief held by certain schools of Indian philosophy that reality is fundamentally composed of two parts Dualism, the separation of powers between the cabinet and parliament Epistemological dualism, the epistemological question of whether the world we see around us is the real world itself or merely an internal perceptual copy of that world generated by neural processes in our brain Ethical dualism, the attribution of good solely to one group of people and evil to another Monism and dualism in international law, a principle in contending that international and domestic law are distinct systems of law, and that international law only applies to the extent that it does not conflict with domestic law Soul dualism, the belief that a person has two kinds of souls. Wikipedia
A twofold division in several spiritual, religious, and philosophical doctrines Wikipedia Disambiguation
Philosophical or religious belief in two fundamental substances or principles, which often oppose each other Wikidata
The view that the world consists of, or is explicable in terms of, two fundamental principles, such as mind and matter or good and evil. Wiktionary
The view that the world consists of two fundamental principles. Wiktionary (translation)
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