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What is man?

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Chris Rupe

on 21 March 2012

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Transcript of What is man?

What is man? A few profound questions... On what basis do you have value?!
Are you exclusively matter and energy?
Are you more than just your body?
Do you have a soul/spirit?
Is there a here after? Naturalist- Believes everything in existence can be explained solely through the laws of nature acting on matter and energy over time (nothing exists beyond the natural universe).
Materialist- Believes the only thing that exists is matter and energy; that all things are composed of material and that all phenomena (including consciousness) are the result of material interactions.
Is gravity material or non-material? Which are you? Which are you? QUESTION: Supernaturalist- Acknowledges the existence of entities outside the laws of nature. Commonly accepts a creator, law-giver, and sustainer of the universe existing beyond the natural universe.

Non-Materialist- Believes not everything that exists is matter and energy. Acknowledges not all things are solely material (i.e.: the human soul) and not all phenomena are the result of material interactions.


Are thoughts/ideas
material or non-material? Is logic/rationality
material or non-material? Are mathematical laws material or non-material? What makes us human?
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