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1. Neuroscience Topic: Getting Mind Out of Meat - Introduction
are composed of two parts: (dualism ) 2a. A body and a soul 2b. A body and a mind 3. Humans are composed of one ‘part’: a physical body (materialism /physicalism) 4. The question
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2. Neuroscience Topic: Introduction
these views is called dualism (body-soul dualism or mind-body dualism), and the second is here called physicalism. While this question is an old one, going back nearly to the beginning of Western intellectual history, it is becoming more
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3. Divine Action Topic: Green, Joel B. “Restoring the Human Person: New Te...
past to warrant body-soul dualism. In addition, he criticizes the popular “word study” method of biblical interpretation that has allowed body-soul dualism to achieve a prominence in Christian thought far out of proportion to the
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4. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Modern Thought
for rejecting the sorts of dualism separating body, mind, and soul. These reasons encompass theological, philosophical, and scientific considerations. Theological reasons include: (1) the claim that dualism is not biblical and that theology
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5. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. “Resurrection of the Very Embodied So...
the rejection of substance dualism . In fact, the rejection of dualism by both the cognitive neurosciences and the Christian tradition represents an important area of consonance between theology and science - namely, that human reality is
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6. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in The New Testament
New Testament presupposes dualism , since there are a few passages appearing to support a doctrine of "the intermediate state." This intermediate state, it is said, assures Christians that between death and the general resurrection
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7. Neuroscience Topic: A Hierarchy of Sciences
that science makes dualism and trichotomism very implausible and that Jews and Christians never needed those views in the first place. And I will set out to try to develop a non-reductive view of physicalism. Now, to do that, I'm
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8. Ecology Topic: A Hierarchy of Sciences
that science makes dualism and trichotomism very implausible and that Jews and Christians never needed those views in the first place. And I will set out to try to develop a non-reductive view of physicalism. Now, to do that, I'm
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9. Divine Action Topic: Clayton, Philip, “Neuroscience, the Person, and Go...
one hand, strong forms of dualism that make mind into a separate substance remove mental phenomena forever from the realm of scientific study. On the other hand, eliminative materialism - the view that “folk” psychological entities
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10. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Christian Theology
over whether body-soul dualism was in fact biblical teaching. That is, whether both Old and New Testament conceptions of the person have been distorted by the translation of the original Hebrew and Greek into modern languages, and the modern
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