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Alternatively, in ontological dualism, the world is divided into two overarching categories.
Wiccan theology largely revolves around ontological dualism.
Ethical and ontological dualism in the same entity "accounts for the difficulty which some aspects of the doctrine have presented for Western scholars".
Ontological dualism makes dual commitments about the nature of existence as it relates to mind and matter, and can be divided into three different types:
If one is to avoid ontological dualism, then the mind that has a perspective must be part of the physical reality to which it applies its perspective.
Ontological dualism is traditionally a sacred gender polarity between the complementary polar opposites of male and female, who are regarded as divine lovers.
Alfred North Whitehead and, later, David Ray Griffin framed a new ontology (process philosophy) seeking precisely to avoid the pittfals of ontological dualism.
This form of ontological dualism exists in Taoism and Confucianism, beliefs that divide the universe into the complementary oppositions of yin and yang.
Not to be confused with property dualism, or ontological dualism, conceptual dualism suggests that we have two different ways of thinking about the properties of a single substance.
Ontological dualism is distinct from moral dualism in that moral dualism posits a supreme force of good and a supreme force of evil.
Process philosophy, and especially Alfred North Whitehead's blend, has sought to develop a worldview that avoids ontological dualism but still provides a distinction between body, mind and soul.
This is not the view that there are two fundamental realities which connect at a mysterious point of causal interaction (a view which Scruton attributes to Descartes and terms "ontological dualism").
While Descartes defends ontological dualism, thus accepting the existence of a material world (res extensa) as well as immaterial minds (res cogitans) and God, Berkeley denies the existence of matter but not minds, of which God is one.