Definition of double–aspect theory
1 : a philosophical theory that takes mind and body or the mental and the material to be related aspects of a single more ultimate reality — compare neutral monism
2 : a philosophical theory that holds the conscious processes and the neural processes in the brain to be aspects of the same real series of events — compare interactionism, psychophysical parallelism
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