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Rediscovering Human Beings, Part 1

Rediscovering Human Beings

Philosopher Edward Feser—who comes at the issue from a Catholic tradition assumed in some circles to be uniformly and “simply” dualist in its thinking about the essence of humanity as created by God—presents a sophisticated approach to thinking about “human being”: Feser affirms both the embodied and abstract aspects of our experience without suggesting that they are radically separated or two different “substances.”