Philosophy; Life after Death

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Life after Death
Post-mortem continuation of life, in some way.
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Ressurection
Life continues through the existence of the person, body and soul, in a new but distinct form of life; Jewish, Christian, Muslim.
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Soul
Spiritual or non-physical element of a human being; often seen as the center of identity.
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Reincarnation
The soul continues after death; reincarnation into a different form; status in the next life depends on the conduct of the incarnated soul in its previous existence; Hinduism and other eastern religions.
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Dualism
Humans consist of two distinct elements; mind/soul and body.
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Monism
Belief that human beings are a composite of body and mind; dependent on the body.
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Materialism
The view that human beings are physical beings rather than consisting of a physical body and an immaterial soul.
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Disembodied Existence
Existence without a physical form; without a body.
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Atman
Hindu term referring to 'self' - real self, soul, also 'jiva'.
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Samsara
Cycle of birth, death and rebirth in Hinduism; dependent on last incarnation.
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Aristotle's Soul
The principal of activity and life of the body; gives the body Form and is an inseparable unity with the body.
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Aristotle's Body
The body refers to the matter that a living creature is made of.
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Karma
Hinduism; law of cause and effect.
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Life continues through the existence of the person, body and soul, in a new but distinct form of life; Jewish, Christian, Muslim.

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