Hick: His Rejection of Substance Dualism

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  • The views of Hick: His rejection of substance dualism
    • Adopts a materialist position and arguing that this does not weaken the possibility life after death.
    • In his view, the dualist view of the body and soul owes more to Plato than the Judeo-Christian traditionl.
    • When we talk about the soul, we really talk about "mental dispositions" (what we are likely to do).
    • The soul is a way of expressing the value of human beings.
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