Thinking Critically about Issues of Selfhood and Identity
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December 3, 2014
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Descartes and Nietzsche, on the other hand, both formed their opinions about the existence of a soul without its help. So since neither can be proven factual, the question is which one is most logical?
Rene Descartes suggested that our identities consist of two very different substances, body and soul...
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One of these substances (the body) is divisible and extended in space, and the other (the soul) is not. He proposed that the soul is essentially a thinking thing, whereas the body is a mechanical thing. And finally, Descartes theorized that all actions or desires of the soul took place in a gland in the center of the brain, where they were transformed into bodily movement...
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