The soul is the substantial seat of personal being, bearing within itself the capacity to be elevated according to the Divine Spirit and thereupon spiritualizing the merely natural struggle for being in body and soul
One reason for Donne's focus on the relationship between the body and soul
, especially in their divine, resurrected form, may have been his belief that this relationship qualified him for the supreme honor of asserting his full presence in the holiest of holies.
71) The dreaming soul in the de Victu passage performs all the common functions of body and soul
, which does not suggest any antagonistic relation between the two, but rather cooperation and reciprocal dependence.
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15) One could say that a sailor and his ship, as well as Socrates' body and soul
on the Platonic account, are unified in a certain respect or compose an aggregate sum, but such unity would not be unum simpliciter.
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A familiar body and soul
made a true and, therefore, trustworthy spirit.
Piercing the air let's go, body and soul
, with no way of return, transfixed there, rotting with the pain of striking home, never to return.
Body and soul
are taken to be independent realities, each with distinctive properties and characteristics - neither being derivative from nor reducible to the other.
One of the consequences of this desertion is that the team ("progeny"; G5l) - good works - which should have been produced by the body and soul
as a couple is lost (forloren, G51).
Furthermore, to say that bodies are both body and soul
, as Mr.
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Aristotle declares that a natural body is a substance in the third sense of a composite ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and that the living body and soul
stand to each other as matter ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) to form ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Food cooked in love nourished both body and soul
, while food cooked in haste and anger would set one monk against another.