The immortality of the soul is something of such vital importance to us, affecting us so deeply, that one must have lost all feeling not to care about the facts of the matter.
Blaise Pascal, Pensees(Penguin Books: Cox & Wyman, 1966), 427.
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Any clue how we know we have a soul in the first place?
Hi, Im from Melbourne Australia.
Please find a completely different (Illuminated) Understanding of the Soul and Real God as Indivisible Conscious Light via these references.
The question/idea of the immortality of the soul is really about understanding the meaning and significance of death.
Well John, I see you’ve left this exact comment on our blog before. And you always fail to respond to others when they attempt to engage you about your linked articles.
I thought that post looked familiar too Keith
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The Cambridge Companion to Duns Scotus
Putting Jesus in His Place
Ontology, Identity, and Modality: Essays in Metaphysics
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