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Plato believed that the soul was an incorporeal and immaterial core connected to the gods as well therld. Aristotle believed that the soul was an isolated entity connected with the human body. Plato believest the human soul is divided into three with rationality (the essence of a human) as the highest and spiritappetitive are supposed to be subordinates. In the individual, the rational should always rule to attain aod life. But, sin happens when two subordinates undertake rational. It is when the person follows hiser for example and disregards the rational way of forgiveness and reconciliation. My rational soul tellstoprioritize mystudy and refrain from entering into an erotic relationship for the time being.fortunately, my spirited and appetitive soul required that I follow my emotions and desires, which led to aerable life, a life of poverty and pain. Plato did not suggest for the total elimination of love, but he did
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