Dualism Definition

do͝oə-lĭzəm, dyo͝o-
noun
The state of being dual; duality.
Webster's New World
The theory that the world is ultimately composed of, or explicable in terms of, two basic entities, as mind and matter.
Webster's New World
The view that the mind and body function separately, without interchange.
American Heritage
The doctrine that there are two mutually antagonistic principles in the universe, good and evil.
Webster's New World
The doctrine that man has two natures, physical and spiritual.
Webster's New World
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Noun

Singular:
dualism
Plural:
dualisms
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