Thursday, July 9, 2009

Is Man Twofold: Spiritual and Physical?

Don’t you think So? No, I don’t think so. Some people say that man is only a physical being and others say he is only a spiritual being. Perhaps I should show you why I think man is two (Body and soul) or even threefold (body, spirit and soul). In other words man is both spiritual and physical.

Science says there is physical (Newton’s Three Laws of motion; The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics) and spiritual: “only science, exact science about Human nature itself, and the most sincere approach to it by the aid of the omnipotent scientific method, will deliver man from his present gloom, and will purge him from his contemporary shame in the sphere of interhuman relations” (Ivan P. Pavlov”[1]. A quick question: if the physical does not exist what is an object and how is an object identified? If the physical does not exist what is matter?

Religion says there is physical and spiritual (I Cor 3:1-4; I Cor 15:44):

Sociology says there is physical and spiritual Frederick Edwords says: “as with laws, so with morals: human beings seem quite capable of making, on their own, sensible and sensitive decisions affecting conduct.”
Psychology says there is spiritual and physical. Sigmund Freud’s “Conscious and Unconscious Theory” and, Aristotle’s “Definition of Man” all indicate there is a physical man that is distinctive of the spiritual man.

Biologically man falls under the specie Homosapiens.
The real closing the Gap: there exist in cosmos the physical and the spiritual among living beings and the non living beings.

With the information above doubters stand convicted at the courts of Science, Religion, Sociology, Psychology and Biology for a non existent theory. Do you have anything more to say before you are sentenced for fallacy?
Until then, man has both the physical and spiritual sides.

Prince and PA Hamilton A

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk).
Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk).

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