mod12-31ReligionDeathAristotle

mod12-31ReligionDeathAristotle - Module XII Session 31...

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Module XII Module XII Session 31 Session 31 Religion & Death in Religion & Death in Aristotle and Aquinas Aristotle and Aquinas Read the blackboard article Read the blackboard article
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Hylomorphic Hylomorphic Theory Theory From Greek: From Greek: Hule Hule (matter) & (matter) & morphe morphe (form or (form or shape): The soul is the form of the body. shape): The soul is the form of the body. This view, often ascribed to Aristotle and Aquinas. This view, often ascribed to Aristotle and Aquinas. It is adopted by high mediaeval Judeo It is adopted by high mediaeval Judeo -Christian Christian views. views. It responds to the problem of death as noted in It responds to the problem of death as noted in Session #26 under I/a Session #26 under I/a -b with b with the type of immortality noted the type of immortality noted there in there in III/f III/f -g.
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Psycho Psycho - - Physical Basis of Human Knowing Physical Basis of Human Knowing See Plato See Plato ’s first argument for soul s first argument for soul ’s immortality s immortality (session 28) (session 28) • In terms of the theory of knowledge, we neither work through recollection of pure forms, nor view mental states as reflections of the brain, but rather note that
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