But when he finds himself in another realm helping someone else find their passion, he discovers what it truly means to have soul.
It must have been difficult to defend this view against the Platonic-Aristotelian position.
Antiphon says of a defendant who is sure of his innocence that though his body may surrender, his soul saves him by its willingness to struggle, through knowledge of its innocence.
This is who I've always been in music and in life.
We begin with Plato, and with a question that is intimately tied up with the ordinary notion of the soul as it developed from the Homeric poems onwards, namely whether a person's soul does indeed survive the person's death.
I love the weather, the energy — it was a very vibrant city.
I loved it there because of the people and the food.
If the soul is, in some sense, responsible for courageous acts, for instance, it is only to be expected that the soul also grasps what, in the circumstances, courage calls for, and how, at some suitable level of detail, the courageous act must be performed.