Materialism, Idealism and Dualism

Materialism, Idealism and Dualism

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A comic describing the difference between all three types of realities.

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  • Who would have thought that Shrek movie marathon could turn into a debate on the nature of reality...
  • WOAH!
  • It fell just like that...
  • What was that!
  • Must have been a draft of wind...
  • No way... A draft indoors? Makes no sense. Maybe it's supernatural...
  • You mean ghosts? No way.  That's not realistic. You can't see, hear or touch ghost so how can it be real? Reality is determined by physical presence.  A  breeze makes more sense since I felt one. Maybe someone left the window open?
  • All the windows are closed so there is no way it was a breeze from outside.  Reality isn't defined by physical properties. Reality in itself is an idea created by a higher power which means that the idea of ghosts is completely realistic.  You can't explain everything using physical properties. 
  • What if reality is both materialistic and idealistic? The fact that we felt the breeze when the vase fell means this entity has a physical feature and the fact that the idea of ghosts exists fullfills both materialism and idealism making it realistic on both ends. So dualist!
  • All I wanted was to finish my Shrek marathon man..
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