Are substance dualists right to hold that there is a genuine, metaphysical distinction between persons and their bodies?

Are substance dualists right to hold that there is a genuine, metaphysical distinction between persons and their bodies?

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References:

1. E.J. Lowe, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind. (Oxford University Press, 2000), Chapter 2
2. E.J. Lowe, ‘Non-Cartesian Substance Dualism and the Problem of Mental Causation’. Erkenntnis 65(1), pp.5-23