Dualist refers to anyone who believes that there are two (2) aspects to humans (1) the physical and (2) mental. Likewise, Dualist is described as one who believes that a person consists of two (2) separate entities: (1) a mind, which accounts for one's mental experiences and rationality, and (2) a body, which functions according to the same biological and mechanical principles as do the bodies of nonhuman animals.
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