Ordinary Language and Materialism

Philosophy 42 (162):363 - 367 (1967)
Abstract
The concept of 'the body', in the supposed contrast of mind and body, is not to be distinguished from the concept of the person, hence dualism is an incorrect conception of the supposed contrast, which is consistent with some form of materialism.
Keywords the body  the person  mind and body  dualism  materialism  person and body
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