Both views are dualistic, and we hold them both to be equally false.
To them the world was number, but number itself was pluralistic, or let us rather say dualistic.
What is remarkable in this conception is its dualistic character.
From this dualistic Positivism he predicts the rise of a new Theology.
It seems plain that Paine's conception of the universe was dualistic.
Augustine can push allegory to absurdity; he can be ascetic; he is dualistic.
Common sense and popular philosophy are as dualistic as it is possible to be.
Aristotle's system may be called theistic and dualistic; Plotinus's is pantheistic and monistic.
And there are many powerful arguments besides against a dualistic theory.
His doctrine was dualistic: Matter is created once for all, and has no further need of the Creator.