|Statement||By Robert Cooper ...|
|LC Classifications||BT921 .C73 1882|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||32015898|
Excerpt from The Immortality of the Human Soul: Philosophically Explained It is an acknowledged fact that the question of the soul's immortality is fraught with con sequences for this reason the advocates of the several philosophical systems have ever plied their minds with it, and it is especially from the position they take in regard to this question that the correctness or falsity of their Author: George Fell. Kant does not argue for the immortality of the soul. Kant does, however, argue for the following two positions: 1. It is impossible to know whether soul is immortal or not. 2. It is necessary to believe that the soul is immortal, even if we can ne. The Immortality of the Human Soul Philosophically Explained Paperback – Janu by George Fell (Author) See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: George Fell. First Corinthians speaks of the nature of the future resurrected body, not the essence of the “soul,” or the “spirit,” that is within man (Jas. ). If the soul of man is only the biological life resident in the body, as some argue, then one man can destroy another’s soul .
Immortality of the soul, instead of resurrection, was found to be "an integral part of the Jewish creed" and "the logical sequel to the God-idea," inasmuch as God's faithfulness "seemed to point, not to the fulfilment of the promise of resurrection" given to those that "sleep in the dust," as the second of the Eighteen Benedictions has it, but. One of the grand questions of life is what happens to someone, if anything, when physical life ceases. Is there nothing meaning the cessation of life in this world is the absolute end or is there an afterlife, whether that is an immediate translation into eternal life or whether the entrance into that eternal state must await a future event such as the resurrection of the dead/5. Christianity - Christianity - The immortality of the soul: Human beings seem always to have had some notion of a shadowy double that survives the death of the body. But the idea of the soul as a mental entity, with intellectual and moral qualities, interacting with a physical organism but capable of continuing after its dissolution, derives in Western thought from Plato and entered into. Immortality is eternal life, being exempt from death; unending existence. Some modern species may possess biological immortality.. Certain scientists, futurists, and philosophers have theorized about the immortality of the human body, with some suggesting that human immortality may be achievable in the first few decades of the 21st advocates believe that life extension is a more.
The stability of the body, its continuity in its proper nature, must correspond to the immortality of the soul. "The entity which receives intellect and reason is man, and not the soul alone. Consequently man must for ever remain composed of soul and body." Otherwise there would be no man, but only parts of man. Immortality, in philosophy and religion, the indefinite continuation of the mental, spiritual, or physical existence of individual human beings. In many philosophical and religious traditions, immortality is specifically conceived as the continued existence of an immaterial soul or mind beyond the. There is, of course, no philosophical discussion in the Bible as to the mortality or immortality of the soul. (The Bible isn’t that kind of book.) These are only a few of the passages that could be considered in support of the immortality of the soul. After the full book is presented in a series of posts, there is general Q&A and. An Analytic Outline of Plato's Phaedo Brian B. Clayton THE FIRST THREE IMMORTALITY ARGUMENTS IN THE "PHAEDO" 1. Argument 1: The Argument from Opposites (70bd) (1) If the souls of the living come only from the dead, then the souls of men who have died must exist in .