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    Dualism In Religion

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    Dualism established the base for positivism, which means that a logical thought based upon valid methods. Descartes advocated for a complete and precise natural science through a method that is analytical. This method involved rearranging broke up pieces in a logical order. Since the scientific revolution that positivism brought, subjects such as chemistry, astronomy, and physics prospered and defined science. Although this was critical for science, by adhering to the scientific method, it leads to misleading its subject matters. This caused it to give up its moral responsibility toward legitimate health concerns of humans. Mind and body dualism was a philosophy that used a divide and conquer strategy to deal with relevant religious thinking…

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    Cartesian Dualism

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    They assume that the soul/spirit can be located in a particular place (such as the pineal gland discussed earlier), to which Conway disagrees because “spirit is body and body is spirit.” Secondly, she argues that dualism only leads to mechanism because it has such a hard demarcation between the soul and the body, which entails the body to be some machine or tool that is not integrally associated with the body. Thirdly, Conway says that dualism cannot account for the interaction between mind and…

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    Cartesian dualism as well as the socialized shift towards the communication of the body figuratively as a synecdoche . The power of the mind in comparison to the body has led to a substantial change in the methods used for treatment; instead of relying solely of medicalization , clinicians have placed a significant amount of emphasis on the acceptance of the patient’s own potential in recovering. Subsequently, the communication of diagnosis and treatment altered to adapt to the self-fulfilling…

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    Materialism Vs Dualism

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    What is the self? There is an abundance of varying positions on what the self is. Although knowledge of the self dates back to the times of Ancient Greece, with Socrates and Plato, the context to support and prove each varying position of self-concept is certainly limited. As an example, the self can be described as the soul or the mind. There are also two opposing positions of what the self is – materialism and dualism. A materialistic approach is one that looks at the self as an unimportant…

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    Rene Descartes Dualism

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    Attacking the Status Quo Descartes’ Dualism and Material Realism Since Rene Descartes alienated reality into two separate realms, of mind and matter, many philosophers have endeavored to rationalize the capacity of human consciousness within Cartesian dualism. Science, or more precisely quantum physics, have introduced persuasive reasons to be skeptical of a dualistic philosophy as being conceivable. In order for the realms of mind and matter to interact, physics claims that an exchange of…

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    In the philosophy of mind, dualism is known as the separation of the mind from the bodies physical states. Dualism is the idea that our minds are more that just the bodies brain. This means that parts of us are non-physical in nature. Further, there are two different types of dualism and those are property dualism and substance dualism. According to substance dualism, mental properties and physical properties are completely different from one another. “On this view you are your mind and your…

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    Dualism Argument Analysis

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    In this paper, I argue, the human brain and the human mind are two separate entities present in the human body. To demonstrate this point I put forward the following supportive position. The brain and mind of human beings are different from each other. That the brain and mind have distinct roles in human beings. For the first counter argument, I will consider the physical aspect of materialism in regards to the mind and brain. As a response, I will reply, that the human mind and brain are…

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    Dualism: Cartesian Substance Dualism Substance dualism is the thesis that there are substances of two fundamentally and irreducibly distinct kinds in this world, namely mind and bodies. Dualism of this form contrasts with monism which is defined as all thing in the world are substances of one kind either only mind or only body. According to the Cartesian substance dualism, minds are not identical with material things, minds could exist even if no material thing existed. Mind is thought to be…

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    Substance dualism is the perspective that both physical substance and mental substance make up the world and exist independently. This philosophy sees the mind and the body as two separate things. As a result, the mind cannot be explained in terms of the brain. Substance dualism can be explained by the separation of pure mind and pure matter. Reductive physicalism is different than substance dualism because they do not include nonphysical stuff. This perspective views the world as made only of…

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    Argument Of Dualism

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    INTRODUCTION: The following are argument analysis of arguments that mainly comprises the “Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous” and “Treatise concerning the principle of Human Knowledge” both written by George Berkley , who is an Irish philosopher and coined the philosophical concept called “immaterialism” which denies that materials exist in the world and are the fundamental building blocks of reality , indeed it says that it is the ideas which really exist in the minds of the…

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