first described by Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970) the British philosopher highlighted the stance that some believe there is only one substance to reality which is neither based on the mind (mental) or physical (body).

NEUTRAL MONISM: "Philosophical positions which are based on neutral monism believe that neither the mind or the body are responsible for reality."
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