There are another kinds of dualities: Matter and field, matter and energy / force. Body and mind / consciousness . These physical dualities ( in my opinion) on the quantum level (!) are equal to the metaphysical duality: body and soul. Solving, for example, physical duality of matter and energy / force ( on the quantum level ) we solve the metaphysical duality of body and soul.
P.S. Solving the physical duality of matter and energy / force, body and mind / consciousness we need to take into account a) the wave–particle duality and b) the dualistic work of brain, which can produce a logical - conscious thought and also an illogical - unconscious thought. ===. Best wishes. socratus
Integrationist view is more acceptable, but I see that it is incomplete. It does not answer a simple question about what powers a man in different conditions: when awake, when asleep, and when in coma or under anasthesia? The master power is not the same in the three conditions.
Nor does it answer another complimentary question: During dreaming, is a man conscious? So we can say during a normal lifetime a man has three powers in addition to physical powers: (1) Life, like that of a plant, occurring alone in coma (2) Spirit = psych that like that in animals, (3) Soul.
So a human system is matter converted to living matter converted to spirit containing living matter converted to humanized living matter by the soul. This last component is responsible for conciousness, speech, and others. One proof comes from artificial heart transplant operations--the patient changes completely, they look as if they are without souls. So niether neurobiology nor dualism nor others will explain why we alone have mind.