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phil.1109 - Philosophy 20A Hannen 11/09/07 Argument for the...

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Philosophy 20A Hannen 11/09/07 Argument for the immortality of the soul P1: a particular that participates in a form cannot admit a quality opposite to that of the form in which it participates P2: the soul participates in the form, life P3: the soul, participating in the form, life, cannot admit death, without withdrawing or going out of existence P4: but for the soul to withdraw from the body is what death is C: the soul does not perish when death comes to the body Soul to be destroyed as admitting form of death Destructible, perishable, disintegrate, soul cannot be something destructible Transcendental realm v. immanent realm …full forms v. broken lined forms o Particulars: x, y o Characters: F,G o Forms: Phi and Conceptually impossible for the soul to perish True by definition Some things have properties purposefully and others accidently Participating in two forms at the same time, tallness and shortness Posses it for a moment, contingently
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