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Second thoughts concerning human soul

William Coward

Second thoughts concerning human soul

demonstrating the notion of human soul, as believ"d to be a spiritual and immaterial substance, united to human body, to be an invention of the heathens.

by William Coward

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Published by Baldwin in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination(xx), 344 p. ;
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20954202M


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William Coward () was a practicing physician in London. He states, "Second thoughts concerning the human soul, demonstrating the notion of human soul, as believed to be a Spiritual and Immortal Substance, united to a Human Body, to be plain Heathenish Invention, and not Consonant to the principles of Philosophy, Reason or Religion.".

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Locke, John. “Of Identity and Diversity,” An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. Prometheus Books, Williams, Bernard.

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Psychēlogia: or Serious Thoughts on Second Thoughts. Being a Discourse fully proving from Scripture, the Writings of the Learned Ethnicks, Fathers of the Church, Philosophy, and the Dictates of right Reason, the separate Existence of the Soul. "Second thoughts concerning the human soul, demonstrating the notion of human soul, as believed to be a Spiritual and Immortal Substance, united to a Human Body, to be plain Heathenish Invention, and not Consonant to the principles of Philosophy, Reason or Religion." [ ] Henry Layton () was a member of the AnglicanFile Size: 2MB.

Lowht R Lowht R-2 The Sober Second Thoughts Hard Times Token. $ Chapter 2: The Human Soul. The Soul as Social. Whitehead is remarkable among recent philosophers for his insistence that man has, or is, a soul.

Furthermore, he is convinced that this doctrine has been of utmost value for Western civilization and that its recent weakening systematically undercuts the understanding of the worth of man. Psychologia: or, An account of the nature of the rational soul.

In two parts. The first, being an essay towards establishing the receiv'd doctrine, of an immortal substance, united to human body The second, a vindication of that doctrine, against a late book, call'd Second thoughts, etc.

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Depending on the philosophical system, a soul can either. Locke, Concerning Human Understanding, II:xxvii Consciousness alone unites remote existences into one person. Locke, Concerning Human Understanding, II:xxvii A human being, in passing from cradle to grave, doffs its old clothes and puts on new ones many times; so the soul of man withdraws from one body and enters another.

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