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Life after death
The belief that life continues in some fashion post-mortem.
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Resurrection
Refers to the belief that life continues after death through the existence of the person, body and soul, in a new but distinct form of life. Resurrection is a feature of Jewish, Christian and Muslim beliefs.
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Soul
The word soul is used to refer to the spiritual or non-physical part of a human being, or to the mind. The soul is often seen as the centre or core of identity of a person.
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Reincarnation
The belief that the soul of a person is reincarnated after death. Its status in the next life depends on the conduct of the incarnated soul in its previous existence. Belief in reincarnation or rebirth is associated with Hinduism and other religions.
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Dualism
The view that a human person consists of two distinct elements: the mind/soul and the body. The mind/soul is immaterial whereas the body is physical.
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Monism
The belief that human beings are a single unity of body and mind. The mind's existence is dependent on the body.
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Materialism
The view that human beings are physical beings rather than consisting of physical body and an immaterial soul.
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The soul
The principle of activity and life of the body. It also gives the body Form (structure and shape). It is an inseparable unity with the body.
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The body
In Aristotle's thinking the body refers to the matter that a living creature is made of.
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Samsara
The cycle of birth, death and rebirth in Hindu belief. The Jiva is reincarnated as a human or other life form depending on the conduct of its last incarnation.
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Karma
In Hinduism, the law of cause and effect.
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Atman
A Hindu term meaning 'self'. It can refer to body, mind or soul, depending on context. Ultimately, it refers to the real self, the soul. Sometimes referred to as 'Jiva'.
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Refers to the belief that life continues after death through the existence of the person, body and soul, in a new but distinct form of life. Resurrection is a feature of Jewish, Christian and Muslim beliefs.

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The belief that the soul of a person is reincarnated after death. Its status in the next life depends on the conduct of the incarnated soul in its previous existence. Belief in reincarnation or rebirth is associated with Hinduism and other religions.

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The view that a human person consists of two distinct elements: the mind/soul and the body. The mind/soul is immaterial whereas the body is physical.

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