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J. P. Moreland on mind over matter

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On this special episode, Nate chats with Dr. J.P. Moreland about the difference between the mind and the brain, how it points to the existence of the soul, and how we can communicate this to others. Don’t miss this important discussion! (October 13, 2020)

See also: How do we know what is real? Philosopher J. P. Moreland can help Remember Moreland’s advice when you are told that your own consciousness is an illusion because one thousand profs say so.

Note: J.P. Moreland is an evangelical Christian and some readers might have many questions about some of his views. But he also talks honestly about his struggles with depression.

Hat tip: Ken Francis, co-author with Theodore Dalrymple of The Terror of Existence: From Ecclesiastes to Theatre of the Absurd

3 Replies to “J. P. Moreland on mind over matter

  1. 1
    Seversky says:

    Does Dr Moreland provide a definition of “soul”?

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    Belfast says:

    @seversky,
    Didn’t bother to listen, huh?

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    polistra says:

    Good interview, but I doubt that there’s any point in communicating the philosophical details. Learning happens only by experience, and everyone experiences a soul.

    The problem isn’t lack of communication from our side, it’s too much communication from the satanic side. Getting people to cut loose from major media is more crucial than getting them to hear the alternative. Most people know the truth, and most people can see the truth after they disconnect the direct pipeline from Satan and remove the theory goggles.

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