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dualism
the view that the mind is separate from the brain
monism
the view that consciousness is inseparable from the physiscal brain
freewill vs. determinism
free will=the doctrine that behavior is caused by a persons independent decisions, not by external determinants.
determinism=the assumption that all actions have a cause in the observable world
nature vs nurture
the question of the relative roles played by heredity (nature) and environment (nurture) in determining differences in behavior.
deductive reasoning
the process of drawing logically certain conclusions from evidence.
inductive reasoning
the process of drawing uncertain conclusions based on specific facts or observations