1. Mind Body Debate | Simply Psychology


    Dualism. Human beings are material objects. We have weight, solidity and consist of a variety of solids, liquids and gases. However, unlike other material objects (e ...

  2. Mind–body dualism - Wikipedia


    Mind–body dualism, or mindbody duality, ... However, cognitive science and psychology do not require the mind to be irreducible, ...

  3. Mind-body Dualism: A critique from a Health Perspective

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    13.01.2017 · Introduction. Mind and body dualism represents the metaphysical stance that mind and body are two distinct substances, each with a different essential nature.

  4. Mind–body problem - Wikipedia


    The mind–body problem is the question of how the ... evolutionary psychology, ... His posited relation between mind and body is called Cartesian dualism or ...

  5. DUALISMS IN PSYCHOLOGY - personal.psu.edu


    10.12.1996 · Dualisms in Psychology MIND / BEHAVIOR Lyle Zynda, ... Indiana, provides a summary and discussion questions for Descartes' Mind-Body Dualism. ...

  6. Dualism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)


    James, W., 1890, Principles of Psychology, London ... ‘Numbers, minds and bodies: a fresh look at mind-body dualism’, Philosophical Perspectives, 12 ...

  7. Dualism | Psychology Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia


    Historical overview Edit Plato and Aristotle Edit. Ideas on mind/body dualism originate at least as far back as Zarathustra. Plato and Aristotle deal with ...

  8. Dualism definition | Psychology Glossary | alleydog.com


    Dualism. Dualism is the presumption proposed by Rene Descartes that the human mind and body are two distinct entities that interact with each other to make a person.

  9. Mind-body problem | Psychology Wiki | FANDOM …


    Dualism Edit. Dualism is the idea that the mental and the physical are two completely different kinds of things. In more technical language, dualism holds that mind ...

  10. Dualism and Mind | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy


    In this sort of dualism, mind and body are ... that dualism is unscientific and renders impossible any genuine science of mind or truly empirical psychology. a.