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I've played with such compatablistic definitions of "soul" before. The biggest challenge you face is people just nodding their head and saying, "yeah, sure." "Soul" is just a word. It's four … common thread among all definitions of "soul," from religion to music, in that when it comes to "soul," the whole is always different than the sum of its parts. For me to accept such a definition of "soul …
answered Jul 8 '17 by Cort Ammon
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The answer is that there is no dividing line. The definition of living vs. non-living is one which is very important to us, and yet nobody has a fully agreed upon line in the sand. Even science, whi …
answered Jan 15 '15 by Cort Ammon
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You can get away with claiming knowledge is just a semantic tool with no inherent meaning other than the one we ascribe to it. However, many philosophies are written on an assumption that it is more …
answered Feb 11 '16 by Cort Ammon
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page on "Definitions of Mathematics," Definitions of mathematics vary widely and different schools of thought, particularly in philosophy, have suggested radically different and controversial …
answered Jul 23 '15 by Cort Ammon
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Axioms. A version of "literally" I can use properly is to say that the purpose of induction is to literally skip an infinite number of steps in your proof.) If your definitions are not … coming up with definitions to build all of the rest of mathematics on. It is easier to convey these concepts to non-mathematicians if they have real life implications, so real life terminology leaks in …
answered Jan 2 '16 by Cort Ammon