Mind-body problem

[mahynd-bod-ee] /ˈmaɪndˈbɒd i/

noun, Philosophy.
the problem of explaining the relation of the mind to the body.
the traditional philosophical problem concerning the nature of mind, body, and the relationship between them See dualism (sense 2), interactionism, parallelism (sense 3), monism (sense 1), idealism (sense 3), materialism (sense 2), identity theory, behaviourism (sense 2)


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