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Philosophy
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PHIL 100W
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Dc Mc

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Dualism: The mind and body are separate. Monism: The mind and body are one.  Idealism: Everything is mental.  Behaviourism: All behaviours are learnt through conditioning.  Type identity theory: Epiphenomenalism: Mental events are caused by physical. Parallelism: Destined by God. Functionalism: Behaviour is accounted by the physical. Functionalism is neutral with respect to dualism and monism. As long as the role is filled, that’s what counts. But they are not type-identity theorists. The functionalist idea is that two physically different tokens can be of the same functional type. Ex: modern can opener to antique can opener. You can be a physicalist about can openers without being an identity theorist. Tu
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