Nieśmiertelność i geneza ludzkiej duszy w wybranych dziełach św. Augustyna
IMMORTALITY AND THE GENESIS OF THE HUMAN SOUL IN SELECTED WRITINGS OF ST AUGUSTINE
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The article aims to discuss issues related to immortality and to the genesis of the human soul. Augustine’s ontological stance on man supports the immortality of the soul. The author justifies his views by referring to the Holy Bible and to the vital functions of man. Also, he points to the dissimilarity between sensual and mental cognition. What speaks for immortality of the soul is the evidence of the lack of a quantitative element, as well as the concepts of truth and life. The foregoing argumentation gives grounds to believe that a human being remains a unique whole of physical and spiritual unity.
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