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Non-dualism and monoism Non-dualism – anything that is not dualism Monism – very specific – everything is one Kantean morality Descartes – he is sure of his existence because he is sure he is thinking. Utilitarianism Gahuku Gama – represent non-dualism, non-dualistic culture Reade – evolves from Western dualist thought to non-dualist thought Dualist/Cartesian – totally separate mind and body Trobrianders – non-dualists, but on test need to be able to support why. Augustine/prodigal son Batesian – because he criticized dualist way of thinking – thus he can be categorized as a
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Unformatted text preview: non-dualist Augustine God vs. Flesh Evil absence of God 1. In interpreting what the Bororo mean, why is it significant that they say they are parrots rather than they are like parrots. They really mean they are parrots, they are not saying they are like parrots symbolically or metaphorically. 2. In what ways may Descartes' conclusion "I think therefore I am" be faulted? 3. What was it about the Gahuku Gama way of life that made Read feel a need to contrive a screen between himself and that way of life?...
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