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12, 2007

Philosophical bases of pluralism

The term pluralism comes from the Latin word plus, pluris, that means more. The most widespread form of philosophical pluralism in historical pas is dualism in accordance with it substance and spirit are identically primary and autonomous in relation to each other beginnings or substances. However, such sciences as psychology and neurophysiology also give detailed explanations of continuous co-operation between visible and invisible [G. Skovoroda] parts of a human-being, and they conclude that the spiritual line determines the methods of action of a human-being and vice versa.