PHIL 1301 - Lesson 3 Reflection

PHIL 1301 - Lesson 3 Reflection - Kieshana Joan Miles Dr...

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Kieshana Joan Miles Dr. Marcos Arandia Philosophy 1301 11 July 2015 Lesson 3 Reflection: Nature of the Soul Thankfully my family has members and extended members of different races, gender, ages, and religious beliefs. When discussing the nature of the soul to each individual I noticed the many pauses in thought, and although they understood the explanation given on behalf of Plato and Aristotle, the fear of saying the incorrect opinion forced a longer contemplative process. Much like Plato, I too believe the soul is divided into three parts, reason, spirit and appetite. (Ch. 5, P.147) My brother, a twenty-two recent graduate with concentration on business management, said the “t he soul is your being, not from a physical aspect, but it is your state of mind of existing”. This too I believe to relate to Plato concepts. No one can hold a “soul” and souls while all believe to exist, no one can produce in solid form. My brother’s girlfriend, Jahcarrdi, a twenty- two recent graduate with focus on Advertisement said something profound to me, “The human soul is just a form of energy.
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