The Dialectic of Soul and Body

From Neuroscience and the Soul Conference

Dr. William Hasker evaluates Thomist anthropology and the anthropology of J.P. Moreland. He concludes that both views seem to point towards a dualism stemming from an emergent soul. Dr. Stewart Goetz comments on his argument.

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    8. The Dialectic of Soul and Body

    by William Hasker and Stewart Goetz

    71:18 — May 11, 2013

    The Dialectic of Soul and Body

    Dr. William Hasker evaluates Thomist anthropology and the anthropology of J.P. Moreland. He concludes that both views seem to point towards a dualism stemming from an emergent soul. Dr. Stewart Goe...

  • Panel Discussion 3

    Dr. William Hasker and Dr. J.P. Moreland respond to their commentators. The two speakers and their commentators respond to questions from the audience regarding their arguments on human composition.

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