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|IT HAS SOMETIMES BEEN SAID THAT THE CONCEPT OF THE immortality of |
the soul is part of the Christian faith. This was particularly true in the eighteenth
century, the century of the Enlightenment and its religious counterpart, Deism.
|It has been shown that all bodies either derive motion from without or from within. |
... Now soul is immortal if it is in the nature of soul to be in self-motion. ... Socrates
concludes that enough has been said concerning the immortality of soul.
|The immortal, he said. And does the soul admit of death? No. Then the soul is |
immortal? Yes, he said. And may we say that this has been proven? Yes,
abundantly proven, Socrates, he replied. Supposing that the odd were
imperishable, must ...
|Eve said, YOU shall not eat from it or touch it, LEST YOU DIE. Satan said, |
YOU surely SHALL NOT DIE. Satan lie has been added to in today's preaching.
It has been o changed to be, Your body shall die but your soul, which is the real
|but the intellect only in their intentional being, since the stone is not in the soul, |
but its species. But what draws first matter out from ... First, it has been said that
the human soul is truly mortal but relatively immortal. But that does not seem to
|10: 28, the texts in question, no one disputes ; for it is said man can kill the body |
The only place where it is applied to killing the soul is ... You admit that psulien,
here rendered life, does not mean an immortal soul Weil, you neither have given
us, nor can you give proof that the ... 9 has been noticed already under apokteino
. where apollumi, to destroy the psuhen, life or soul, is the same as to kiil it, Mark
|And lest anyone should say that this is false as regards the whole cosmos (for the |
actual intellect of one person is prior to the potential of another; for it ... For the
nonrational and the vegetative soul, as has been said, is immortal but not eternal.
|SOUL. (i) THE ingenuity of Scepticism has been long admired, but here the |
author boldly out -does all his former out- doings. Much has been said against
the authenticity of religion , on the supposition that the evidence to which she
|140 Our idea of spirit In a large sense, indeed, we may be said to have an idea |
or rather a notion of spirit; that is, we ... 141 The natural immortality of the soul is a
necessary consequence of the foregoing doctrine It must not be ... And this
notion has been greedily embraced and cherished by the worst part of mankind,
as the most effectual antidote against all impressions of virtue and religion. But it
|For Rabbenu Nissim already avoided this problem in what he said at the outset. "|
Thus it is ... For if immortality of the soul was well known, then it must have been
well known to our forefather Abraham, along with God's existence and Unity.