structure for 'Mind and Body'    |     alphabetical list of themes    |     expand these ideas

17. Mind and Body / E. Physicalism / 6. Conceptual Dualism

[there is one substance, but our concepts are dualist]

4 ideas
The concept of mind excludes body, and vice versa [Descartes]
A hallucination can, like an ague, be identified with its host; the ontology is physical, the idiom mental [Quine]
Accept ontological monism, but conceptual dualism; we think in a different way about phenomenal thought [Papineau]
Analysing mental concepts points to 'inclusionism' - that mental phenomena are part of the physical [Jubien]