In light of recent discoveries in neuroscience linking the mind to physical processes, Christian philosophers have resorted to a more materialistic view of the human person, using neuroscience as support for their view that an immaterial soul does not exist. In this essay, I will point out a major flaw in the logic for defending a materialistic view, argue that either a bipartite or tripartite view of the human person is more aligned with Scripture, and hopefully point towards a more reliable means for attaining truth regarding human nature and the soul.
Aymard, Jeremy M.
"Neuroscience, Materialism, and the Soul: Limit Questions,"
Dialogue & Nexus: Vol. 4, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.acu.edu/dialogue/vol4/iss1/2
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