Plato and the Soul. A. Plato believed that our souls died with our physical bodies. B. Plato believes our souls were the shado

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Plato and the Soul.
A. Plato believed that our souls died with our physical bodies.
B. Plato believes our souls were the shadows on the cave walls.
C. Plato believed our souls did not exist. We as humans desire our existence to continue after death so we make up the idea of soul to comfort ourselves. Yet the soul does not exist. It is only in our hopeful heads; a comforting idea.
D. Plato believed that our souls were eternal.
E. Our souls exist beyond this earthly world and prior to our existence in the physical world
F. Plato never mentions the idea of souls in his works.

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Thiên Di 7 months 2021-07-17T09:44:18+00:00 1 Answers 10 views 0

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    2021-07-17T09:45:28+00:00

    Answer:

    D. Plato believed that our souls were eternal.

    E. Our souls exist beyond this earthly world and prior to our existence in the physical world.

    Explanation:

    • Plato believed that there is a ‘psyche’ in every human beings which governs all our behaviors. This ‘psyche’ is called as the soul. He believed that souls were eternal and lived even after the death of a person.
    • Plato said that souls exist exist beyond this earthly world and prior to our existence in the physical world because it continuously rebirths after the death of the body.
    • Therefore, it has existed before our bodies were formed and would go on existing even after our death in a different body.

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