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“Not Dead Yet!” – Confronting the Legacy of Dualism in Modern Psychiatry

      Mind versus body. What we see versus what we feel. What we can measure versus what can never be quantified. For millennia, philosophers, religious leaders, and scientists have wrestled with the tension between our physical existence and the intangible nature of consciousness.
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