Think 12 (35):61-75 (2013)

‘The soul hypothesis’ enjoys near unanimous support in the general population. Among philosophers and scientists, however, belief in the soul is far less common. The purpose of this essay to explain why many philosophers and scientists reject the soul hypothesis and to consider what the non-existence of the soul would entail
Keywords Soul  Phineas Gage  The Soul Hypothesis  Substance Dualism
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DOI 10.1017/s1477175613000195
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