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Of course, there were disagreements amongst the Greeks on this issue, as on everything else. Aristotle had a different view of the soul, as the Form of the body, rather than as some immaterial substance that could separate from the body. So, maybe resurrection wasn’t foolishness to all the Greeks. However, Aristotle (who antedated the development of the doctrine) might have had logical objections. One of my research interests is to investigate whether resurrection is metaphysically possible. That is, is a resurrected or reincarnated being a deceived simulacrum of that which died, or that very being itself. Assuming apparent resurrections or reincarnations to be possible, of course.

Sylvia’s Response: Christ’s Resurrection1; Metaphysics2

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