Chem Persons & Bodies

Chem Persons & Bodies - materialism Question 7 10 of 10...

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Name: Persons and Bodies Status : Completed Score: 110 out of 110 points Instructions: Question 1 10 of 10 points An epiphenomenalist believes that Selected Answer: mind cannot control the body Question 2 10 of 10 points The idea that the body is a prison of the soul, and the soul gladly one day escapes is characteristic of Selected Answer: dualism Question 3 10 of 10 points The theory of interactionism Selected Answer: claims that body and mind exist as separate entities Question 4 10 of 10 points If a person claims identity with his/her body, what may not be possible? Selected Answer: love Question 5 10 of 10 points Belief that body and mind are both characteristics of a single substance is Selected Answer: dual aspect theory Question 6 10 of 10 points Mind Body thinking non-thinking non-material material The problem of how a material, but nonthinking brain can give rise to (or interact with) a non-material, but thinking mind, does not arise in Selected Answer:
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Unformatted text preview: materialism Question 7 10 of 10 points The idea that God maintains a correspondence between what happens in the mind from moment to moment, and what happens to the body, is called Selected Answer: occasionalsim Question 8 10 of 10 points The belief that persons are not spiritual beings, that is, if everything they do depends upon only the laws of chemistry, is called Selected Answer: materialism Question 9 10 of 10 points The idea that the interaction between the mind and body is correlated but not causative is Selected Answer: parallelism Question 10 10 of 10 points The theory which claims that only minds exist, and that bodies are just very convincing illusions, is called Selected Answer: idealism Question 11 10 of 10 points The idea that God creates a persons life at birth so that there is always a correspondence between what happens to the body and what happens to the mind is called Selected Answer: pre-established harmony...
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Chem Persons & Bodies - materialism Question 7 10 of 10...

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