Definition of dualistically in English:

dualistically

adverb

See dualism

  • ‘That fierce, tight clinging that you have to phenomena, experienced dualistically, will gradually loosen up, and your obsession with happiness and suffering, hopes and fears, etc., will slowly weaken.’
  • ‘As much as I myself disagree with both the tone and substance of some of Hauerwas' critiques of our society, I do not see how one can characterize him as dualistically rejecting or withdrawing from that society.’
  • ‘And those things begin when we think dualistically.’
  • ‘But with mental states, dualistically conceived, the situation is quite the opposite.’
  • ‘Somehow, the freedom of speech has been interpreted as justification for subjecting others to our personal, dualistically interpreted "truths."’

Pronunciation

dualistically

/djuːəˈlɪstɪk(ə)li/