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  • n. Plural form of dualist.


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  • I am not willing to say that all the notions of the 'dualists' are survivals of the age of superstition, as Haeckel does.

    The Tyranny of the Dark

  • The developmental psychologist Paul Bloom has argued that young children are "dualists", wired to treat mind and body as separate entities.

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  • But it tells us two things: 1) The "dualists" who state that there is nothing new under the broadband sun and that we need to regulate the transmission of broadband as a common carrier are missing the rise of wireless broadband as a competitor, and

    RCR Wireless News

  • Dualists are dualists – both mental and physical are involved by their view.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Penrose has ideas about how this might work; Cartesian dualists might say that this is part of the job description for res cogitans and leave it at that.

    Bunny and a Book

  • If doing this is an error on the grounds that materialists can argue in another direction, then the entire field is absolutely riddled with tremendous abuse of data – this, where formal dualists are currently the minority.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Do I even need to quote Dennett's infamous treatment of dualists, ranging from Swinburne to Chalmers to otherwise?

    Bunny and a Book

  • Yes, dualists believe in the reality of both material and mental stuff.

    Bunny and a Book

  • If they're substance dualists, it's still not necessitated – hence Plantinga and Swinburne.

    Bunny and a Book

  • This shows that materialists are measured, smart, and correct, while you dualists shouldn't be allowed to drive.

    Bunny and a Book


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