School of Philosophy, Heilongjiang University, Harbin, China
The relationship between body and mind has always been a central issue of philosophy since ancient times, and it can also be said to be one of the basic problems of psychology. In traditional Chinese philosophy, the discussion of physical and mental relations is rare, but more independent elaboration of "body" or "heart" alone. Most philosophers in Chinese history prefer simple physical and mental homogeneity, discuss the interaction between body and mind under the premise of physical andmental unity, and less rationally analyse the theory of two entities separated from body and mind.
physical and mental relationship; Descartes; mind; reason
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