Does Descartes’ argument for dualism commit the masked man fallacy?

Suppose that I see a bank being robbed. As a result, I believe that the masked man robbed the bank. Later, a detective tells me that their suspect is my father. I say that the masked man has a property that my father doesn't: he's someone I believe to have robbed the bank. Here's the …

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