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Life after death

Plato dualist view:
Soul (immortal) distinct from body (mortal).
At end of human life, soul free from body. The goal of a soul is the world of forms, which can
only be indirectly be seen in the physical world.
Real knowledge of the forms comes from the…

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If Plato's theory of forms is debatable then undermines the idea of the theory of the soul.




The soul and Aristotle:
Soul= principle of activity and life of the body, gives the body form and is an inseparable unity
with the body.
Body= matter that a living creature is made…

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However been argued that neural activity has no intentionality and mental events are private
and do not have a physical location in the brain. Humans have the ability to make an intention
which is not the same as anyone else's. However NASA has developed sensors which, when
placed on your…

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done as being wrong (contrition) admit their wrong doing ( confession) and make up for their
wrong doing ( act of satisfaction)

Heaven and Hell:
Afterlife: state of existence with God in which people see God facetoface people see God in
a new light. State of fulfilment where all human…

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Do people really want to live forever?
The world is better understood without the interference of God or an afterlife.










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