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  • The Soul: The Body And The Soul

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    The Soul The topic of this paper is the soul. In this paper I will be discussing how the soul exists, what the purpose is and the difference between the body and the soul. Most people define the soul as the spiritual part of a human being or animal considered to be immortal. I do believe it differs from the actual body and that it continues to live on after the body is gone. I believe that there is a soul, because that is what I was taught in church. The Bible has taught me there is a body and

  • The Soul

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    The Soul Open Letter of Apology: I have come to the conclusion that we are all responsible for the destruction of the human mind. We are all at fault for breeding hate, ignorance, and worst of all any known and/or association to an --ism. Should we all band as one and focus on a better future or let the mind fester in its own propaganda filled atmosphere? Are we really to blame, for not being able to see what truly is rising in today's society? The acceptance of brainwashing of America's youth

  • The Reflection Of The Origination Of Soul And The Soul

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    Introduction: Soul is viewed as an immaterial viewpoint inside the body of the human individual. Some consider the spirit to be a necessary piece of life and capacities furthermore the wellspring of the most elevated mental exercises. The essential origination of soul in the antiquated civic establishments was life. Life of the body is viewed as the spirit. Breath, life and development are connected with the spirit. At death every single substantial capacity stop and the spirit withdraws from the

  • Soul And Soul Reflection Paper

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    Plato presents his well knitted conviction towards immortality of soul and gods with judicious words, judgmental and extremely thoughtful ideas. Aristotle’s concept of soul and self contradicts theory of Plato vindicating that soul does not have separate existence of its own. The essay is a theoretical understanding on what makes Aristotle’s theory of self as a manifestation of the soul and body as against Plato’s theory of the soul as a distinct identity which needs more consideration, food of thought

  • The Human Soul: Appetite, Reason, And Soul

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    many of their customs and rituals have been long forgotten, some of their beliefs they held such as the soul are still circling around the minds of today’s modern world. Over the years, the idea of the soul has been altered, stretched and twisted into something else entirely, but back then, the soul was believed to have been the very thing that differentiated life from the dead. The human soul, Socrates claims, is made up of three parts: appetite, reason, and spirit. The appetite of man consists

  • The Essence Of a Soul

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    is what exactly is a soul. During the Roman Era, people believed in many gods, spirits, and life after death. As time progressed, different religious beliefs arose, and new sects of faith were established. The belief in one God replaced the belief in many gods and the belief of one's soul transforming into the after life was established. God was known as a Supreme Being, who gave his creations a soul and free will. But what does this mean? The problem of what exactly one's soul is has been a battle

  • The Immorality of the Soul

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    Immorality of the Soul Is the human soul mortal or immortal? With death does one fall into nothingness or does one survive death, passing into another way of existing? This is a question that has agitated thought for ages. There is something within all human beings that lives on forever. Even when death is upon us, the soul of a human being never dies. Thus, we arrive at the statement that the human soul is immortal. The purpose of this paper is to explain how the human soul is immortal through analyzing

  • Plato The Soul

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    The soul is a mortal, dependent entity created by the body. The soul is the sum of all the parts in the body along with the experiences, accumulated knowledge, and innate instinctual knowledge. The soul is a corporeal entity that lives and dies with the body. This means that the soul is just a part of the body, they are inseparable entities. The soul as described in Plato’s Phaedo is described as individual, eternal, indivisible, and divine, but the soul is not any of these. The soul is what we would

  • Immortality Of The Soul

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    should look forward to death. The soul, Socrates asserts, is immortal and the philosopher spends his life training it to detach itself from the needs of the body. In Phaedo by Plato, Socrates provides four arguments for this claim: the opposites, recollection, affinity between the forms and the soul, and the argument that essentially brings life with it can never die. Plato uses the from opposites to support his idea uses the first argument for the immortality of the soul. Socrates repondes with two general

  • The Immortality of the Soul

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    of Socrates that many will continue to discuss is the idea of “an immortal soul”. Although there are various works and dialogues about this topic it is found to be best explained in The Phaedo. It is fair to say that the mind may wonder when one dies what exactly happens to the beloved soul, the giver of life often thought of as the very essence of life does it live on beyond the body, or does it die with it? Does the soul have knowledge of the past if it really does live on? In Plato’s The Phaedo

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