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Noun: psychomachy
  1. A conflict of the soul (as with the body or between good and evil).
    "Later echoes of medieval psychomachy can be found in Shakespeare's 144th sonnet and in Tennyson's poem 'The Two Voices' (1842)."

Derived forms: psychomachies

Type of: topos