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    Three Admirable Souls

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    Three Admirable Souls There are different people that have certain qualities that make us admire them. Some people have their own admirable souls. The three nationally known figures that I admire and respect are Jackie Robinson, Billy Graham, and Condolezza Rice, due to all of their recognizable tributes that they have given not only to their families but to everyone around the world. The first person I admire and respect is Jackie Robinson there are many reasons for my

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    Kia Soul Samba

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    Kia Soul Samba Another budget car, unbelievably cheap, with an enormous warranty, and ready to catch the young and young-at-heart as they swap their, expensive cars for something a bit easier on the wallet. It’s a pot of gold for some manufacturers, such as Kia, who are busy making affordable, respectable cars, and now they’re catching downsizers in droves. The Soul is keen to prove that a cheaper car doesn’t have to mean a dull car. At least that’s what’s promised from the outside. And again

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    frequently referred to as the soul. So to answer the question, I do not believe you have a soul because I believe we are our soul. The soul can be thought of as the essence of the human being. It is something that is beyond our senses so we cannot touch it, smell it, hear it, see it, or even taste it. To explain the soul is quite difficult because we cannot scientifically prove that it is real or that it is embedded into us humans. I believe in the concept of the soul and that our body serves as its

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    on the Soul In De Anima, Aristotle discusses the nature of all living things. His first definition of the soul, and essentially his thesis, is that the soul is the “the first actuality of a natural body that is potentially alive” (412a 27-28). However that is definition that requires a lot of expansion to really mean something. Like with most of Aristotle’s passages the terms he uses to define abstract ideas require a definition of their own. To better understand his thesis of the soul, we must

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    In Emerson’s “The Over-Soul”, he talks of his belief in a God who is inside each of us and whom we can communicate with. Emerson means God to be a third party to the human race. He takes God and makes a religious being more secular by tying it to the existence of the over-soul. He expects us to recognize this presence through the manifestation of the over-soul in society. It ties us together into one, and through this united front we “all become wiser than [we] were”. Emerson doesn’t seem to

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    argue that the conception of the multiplicity of the soul is not as plausible as the simplicity of the soul. This is due to it not only relying upon Plato’s theory of the Forms like the simple soul but through its reliance on Plato’s ideal city or Callipolis. Plato argues that the soul has multiple parts, three to be precise. To better explain this, Plato uses the example of how the soul is alike a charioteer. There are three integral parts to the soul making it tripartite and these parts all interact

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    surrounding the themes of death and various arguments for the immortality of the soul i.e. what can be expected to happen to the soul in the afterlife and how a philosopher should relate to death. One of the main topics in the Phaedo is the immortality of the soul, as Socrates believes that the meaning of life for a philosopher is to prepare for death so that the soul can live on suggesting death is the release of the soul from the body. Socrates goes

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    Pythia Peay's Soul Searching Most people are identified by where they are from and what type of background they are accustomed to. In the short story, “Soul Searching,” by Pythia Peay, the topic discussed relates to the city a person lives in and how it eventually becomes a part of their soul. Many rhetorical appeals are displayed throughout the article, and these methods are successful in expressing to the reader how much a city can become a part of an individual. Peay decides to use her

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    Plato’s Theories on the Immortal Soul

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    philosophers to question a systematic approach to creating the perfect society, requiring knowledge of human nature and the flaws it contains. He also was the first to experiment in democracy. Plato was a firm believer in the immortal soul. He theorized that the soul was divided into three parts: appetite, spirit, and reason. Reason, being the most important, should rule over the other two. In cases where spirit and appetite did rule over reason, Plato diagnosed that an imperfect society would be

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    What is Plato's notion of a soul?

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    connection between body, soul and divine. Plato was the first man to ask about the existence of the soul and he came to the conclusion that the soul and the body are complementary, yet absolutely different from each other. The soul is the organ that connects the body and the divine. The body is an instrument of perception to the soul. The body without the soul is just a corpse. Plato’s claim that a person should not be judged for their gender, that the gender of the body that the soul inhabits has no effect

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