The question of God and soul has always baffled me. Below is the commentary of Socrates views on divinity.”If anything in general can be said about the philosophical beliefs of Socrates, it is that he was morally, intellectually, and politically at odd… . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Socrates views on soul and God
On the face of it Saint Valentine is a pretty odd fellow, after all how many saints have days promoting procreation named after them?
There really is only one other figure who shares such a dichotomy, who like St.Valentine had one of the most holiest of titles yet himself was the most profane. He too . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: A Devil Of A Valentine
What is the relationship between mind and matter?
Materialism holds that the mental is a product of the physical – the mind is what the brain does. By contrast, dualist accounts are consistent with our common sense notion that the mental is fundamentally different from the physical. How much does a thought weigh? a . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: A transcendent secular solution to the mind-body problem
Following video has an interesting discussion and views of different scientists.… Eben Alexander who wrote the widely circulated and criticized cover story for Newsweek, Proof of Heaven, said, “I have great belief and knowledge that there is a wond… . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Scientists: Is there a soul which survives death?
There are a host of commonly used words in the English language which I like to call quasi-religious. Words like soul, spiritual, fate, mother nature, energy, and the like. These are words which have two sets of connotations, one which is spiritual and one which is largely secular, whose different meanings often get used interchangeably. . . . → Read More: Progressive Proselytizing: Religion and Language: Quasi-Religious Terminology