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Dualism and monism is a famous philosophy topic from ancient to now The word Dualism means that our physical and our mental are independent And our body and our mind cannot be the same It is because of mind and body is two separate substances In the contract the monism means that both of the physical and mental are combined being one And our mind and body are indivisible and are each influenced by the other The monism and dualism individually has its strengths and weaknesses The mind and body problem can be divided into many different questions We can consider or ask by ourselves that what is the mind What is the body And do both of them are co-existing or does the mind only exist in the body Or does the body only exist in the mind Otherwise we also will consider that if both the mind and body exist and then there could be a number of types of relationships Maybe the mind will affect our body Or maybe the body will affect our mind or maybe the mind and body will both affect each other The dualism and monism has so many strengths and weaknesses points to argue by many famous philosophers and scientists It is because of the mind and body problem still is hard to explain it The reason is because of different people have different views to see these two theories For example the Christian philosophers will agree the dualism because they believe that our body is wrapping and it will be retired But our soul will exist after we died In the other hand most scientists will believe monism by sciences way It is because they believe that mind and body cant be divided into two separate substances Because of both of those two substances will affect each other Also most of them will not believe that soul will exist after we died The relation between
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