Re: Defining Soul (1)
Nov 14, 1997 05:02 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <346BED17.39D5@dmv.com>, Vincent Beall <email@example.com>
>Leibntz has defined monads as simple souls, so the question is; what is
>the substance of the monad. I believe it is a spiritual being, which
>referres to it having structure(soul) and composed of spirit(substance).
Ah. There we differ. While I aould accept that spirit *may* have
substance, the word "substance" would have to be used in a highly
specialised sense, and would, I propose, be of a ver fine substance not
discernable to us while in incarnation.
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