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Name: Institution: Course: Instructor: Date: Mind-Body Problem Describing the mind-body relationship is a complicated issue that many philosophers have tried to explain for many years and developed many theories that try to explain why people would behave in a certain way in various situations.
There are five major psycho-philosophical theories that are used commonly as explanation to the mind-body problems in humans and why they act in particular ways while they are in the society. The five theories include behaviorism, dualism, reductionism, functionalism and eliminative materialism and each of them has its own tenet in explaining the behavior of a person in a certain context (Turner 4-6). According to dualism perspective of looking at the human life, there are different sides of life that conflict or complement each other in the process of an individual acting in a context. For example, according to the theory, one person behaves in a certain way because of the moral dualism that exist between the people and which explains that there are two sides of morality. This means that a person’s actions can be either towards morality or against it, which is shaped by the various ways of defining morality from different contexts and societies or societal description of it (Turner 39-41). Behaviorism is a theory that explains the actions of an individual from the context of the past behavioral actions to predict because the theory argues on the bases of human experience in the society. ...
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