Meaning of DUALISM in English

DUALISM

Most generally, the view that reality consists of two disparate parts. In philosophy of mind, the belief that the mental and physical are deeply different in kind: thus the mental is at least not identical with the physical. See occasionalism , doctrine of preestablished harmony , substance dualism , property dualism , Cartesian interactionist dualism , mind-body problem , monism .

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