with the Divine's essence [which engenders a self] extended--not just figuratively, but literally...
I suggested that we make our computers look more like animals as away to animate or ensoul
Modern animal fables of the kind posed by White Fang arguably bring animals themselves into biopolitical existence as moral subjects, ensoul
animals by fictionalizing them as in possession of a subjectivity that is responsive to the call of self-government.
Peters argues that "Donum Vitae takes this genomic novelty to be evidence of the presence of a unique individual, and thus reasonably the condition for ensoul
ment." (6) According to the position presented in Donum Vitae, reproduction must remain connected to sexuality properly understood.
In this edition, Christopher Day further explores enlightened architecture and environmental design to "ensoul
" built structures and communities.
Some startling statements occur in the text, even in the context of discussing Providence and creation, for example, as the reader is told that "human parents have the spiritual capacity to ensoul
their offspring" (269)!
This reads the African personality is a function of heredity of ensoul
with Divine Ka (Azibo, 2011d, 2015a; Chivaura, 2015), earlier formative and later environments and the heredity-environment interaction.
By aspiring morality is meant a desire for that which is excellent, good and right in oneself first and then in human relations (Williams, 1993, 86), said morality itself emanating from the platform African human nature/African personality receives from ensoul
with the Divine's essence.
The basis of the life-giving cultural orientation in African deep thinking is the presumed primordial ensoul
This observation is not lightweight as the ultimate in human developmental psychology was conceptualized by ancestral Nile Valley scholars as Ka-initiated movement (where Ka refers to ensoul
with the Divine's essence).
The definition will seem to secular citizens to favor religious people who believe God ensouls
human beings at conception (or, say, fertilization--biological interpretations differ).
(50) In their view, the unusual case (the development of two ensouled
individuals from a single embryo) can be explained by substance dualism (both Cartesian and Thomistic forms) with reference to how God normally achieves this end for a single individual.