The Doctrine of the Subtle Body in Western Tradition
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Pages (PDF): 152
Publication Date: 1919
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The Doctrine of the Subtle Body in Western Tradition; An Outline Of What The Philosophers Thought And Christians Taught On The Subject. The notion that the physical body of man is as it were the exteriorization of an invisible subtle embodiment of the life of the mind is a very ancient belief. Conjectures concerning it vary with every stage of culture and differ within every stage. But the underlying conception invariably holds its ground, and makes good its claim to be one of the most persistent persuasions of mankind in all ages and climes.
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