The Souls of Beasts and Men

Religious Studies 10 (3):265 - 277 (1974)
‘The organic body signifies the latent crisis of every known ontology and the touchstone of “any future one which will be able to come forward as a science.”’ —Hans Jonas ‘Thales…said that the magnet has a soul in it because it moves the iron.’— Aristotle
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