What the mortal parts of the soul really are

Rhizai. A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 2:197-217 (2005)
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The paper examines the account of the mortal parts of the human soul in theTimaeus. What is their nature? What is their relationship to the immortal part of the soul and its inner structure on the one hand, and to the body and its organs and their functioning on the other? Are they incorporeal or corporeal? What kind of movement do they have? In what sense precisely are they ‘another kind of soul’ ?

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Filip Karfik
Université de Fribourg


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