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Philosophy final - Philosophy Final Part IV: Philosophy of...

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Philosophy Final Part IV: Philosophy of Mind Mind Body Problem Dualistic Interactionism The close interactive relationship exists between these two radically different entities (body and mind) and although they are different substances, they still casually interact with each other Epiphenomenalism The body affects the mind, causing mental events, but the mind does not affect the body Parallelism Which holds that there are two parallel realities: one mental and one physical connected with human action Paynpsychism This holds that everything in nature has a mind or a soul Pantheism This holds that everything is God Materialism The theory that matter and the law of physics constitute ultimate reality has several versions. Behaviorism The view that no mental events exist of that they are unimportant for science. Statements about mental events are really about dispositions to behave. Statements about mental events are really about dispositions to behave. Reductive Materialism
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