I get the idea that Greek thinking had a mind-body distinction. What I'm driving at is the label and origin of that distinction.
In 1 Cor 6 - we see the idea of the mind body distinction. For this reason, the argument by the Corinthians is that what they do with their bodies doesn't matter - because they are living in a spiritual reality. Paul's response is that the body does matter because the resurrection is about physical bodies. (Also that you wouldn't take the members of Christ's body and unite them with a prostitute.)
My question is: Is it the idea of Platonism that describes the mind-body distinction in 1 Cor 6?