The Disembodied Self - The Problems of Philosophy, # 156

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The one great problem with Philosophy, from Socrates to the present is that it is disembodied and places man as not fully engaged with his world,. Thus we now see the collapse of western ideas as they are not based on anyting except doubt - as Descartes said, I doubt, therefore I am. We talk today about this disembodiement and how Jesus returns us to our bodies, you not the old body but the resurrected body.

 

 

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