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Categories: History of ideas, archived copy as title, Metaphysical theories, Dualism (philosophy of mind), Mind–body problem
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dualism  mind–body dualism  Interaction Dualism  Mind-body duality  Arguments against mind-body dualism
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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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philosophy of mind
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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 & Open English WordNet
In the philosophy of mind, mind–body dualism denotes either the view that mental phenomena are non-physical, or that the mind and body are distinct and separable. Wikipedia
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 Wikipedia Disambiguation
A medical model Wikipedia Disambiguation
Philosophical or religious belief in two fundamental substances or principles, which often oppose each other Wikidata
Philosophical theory that mental phenomena are non-physical and that matter exists independently of mind 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)