The Soul

The Soul

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The Human Soul is an odd reality. The identity of each Soul is simple, yet each soul has perhaps an unlimited number of features, perhaps vastly infinitely so.So, each soul has an identity or a principle of identity despite having an enormously complex existential structure, and as for as the faculties and accidental properties to say the least, also an enormously complex ontological structure. The unifying principle or one-ness of each soul is paradoxical in light of the structural complexity of the Soul.In order to manifest one-ness of human personal sentient identity, this one-ness or self-ness principle of each Human Soul, has to be profoundly so, so it seems, in order to maintain cohesive personal sentient identity and to ensure that a given souls accidental properties and features, and semi-substantial or facultative properties and features belong to a given soul and not another soul. Thus, the one-ness of each soul seems almost as if the personal identity of each soul is super-unitary or more one than one.My reasoning is that if the soul is one, then the soul must be extremely one given the potential enormously complex nature of the accidental and facultative composition of the more

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  • Paperback | 662 pages
  • 210.06 x 296.93 x 38.1mm | 1,923.22g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1514180057
  • 9781514180051