Dr. William Hasker evaluates Thomist anthropology and the anthropology of J.P. Moreland. He concludes that both views seem to point towards a dualism stemming from an emergent soul. Dr. Stewart Goetz comments on his argument.
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Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Huntington College
William Hasker is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Huntington College in Huntington, Indiana. He specializes in philosophy of mind and is a proponent of Open Theism.
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