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Theory of the Soul
According to Plato, the body is merely a holding cell for the soul here on Earth. The soul exists prior to life on Earth, and it will continue to exist following the death of the body. Prior to life, the soul has all knowledge, but at the moment of birth, this knowledge is concealed.
Plato's theory of the soul states that the soul embarks on a journey the moment it is formed. When the soul is created, it enters a preexistent state until the human is born and it can enter the body. The soul remains there until the body dies, at which point it enters yet another waiting period. When an…
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