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Pluralism in the area of philosophy of the mind, distinguishes a position where one believes there to be ultimately many kinds of substances in the world, as opposed to monism and dualism. (See also cosmotheism).

Johannes Jacobus Poortman has made a famous classification of a number of different metaphysical views on this subject.de:Pluralismus (Philosophie) he:האסכולה הפלורליסטית

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