In the philosophical point of view, Plato is a dualist who believes that soul and body are two different entities. The soul is regarded as the immaterial form of human existence that belongs to the “world of the forms.” He believes that soul is part of human existence that characterizes every human being; it is generated by an individual believes in the natural occurrences. The body applies senses to develop opinions concerning the physical world where they belong. According to Plato, the development of the body is dynamic, and therefore, it is not truly real. According to Aristotle, soul and the body are two mutuallyRead More →

In response, Melissa should argue that soul is strongly supported by the physical existence; Mathew’s physical existence should, therefore, be extended although he will not be active in terms of physical capability. In other words, the idea of the soul is not a subject of proof; from the scientific point of view, the brain controls almost all the activities of the body, the destruction of one section of the brain cannot render an individual useless. There is no need for an individual to die when there are mechanisms that can be used to support life. In many instances, the concept of impending death and majorlyRead More →

Melissa and Melinda are in a state of confusion on what to be done to Mathews, their brother. Melinda is arguing in a religious point of view while Melissa is stuck on the scientific thoughts about Mathew’s situation. Melissa is deeply concerned with the ultimate realities of the world, according to her, life is controlled by the specific organ in the body, brain and nobody can exist without it unless an individual is artificially supported to live. Melinda, on the other hand, argues that human life is a complex system that extends beyond the physique; according to her, life extends beyond the brain unto theRead More →