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    In Plato’s Phaedo,  perhaps for the first time in Western history, an argument is made for the immortality of the human soul. Are the arguments that are presented by Plato plausible? Can you think of any problems with Plato’s arguments?


    Is it consciousness what reincarnates? If so, what is it that when you meditate consciousness seems to be too general, too far from individualism? The transmigration of the soul is all about the passing over of you as yourself, it is to say, of you as the individual you are. But consciousness is not that…



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