The concept I want to get across is a character's social skills, as provided by wealth, beauty, charisma, etc. You can have animus - mind and anima - soul I'm gonna guess you dont want to use both though! Animus is good, but I think anima is better if you're contrasting with mens.
Context should include the precise meaning and the connotations which you are going for, as well as the gender and number of people involved, if any. The body isn't just the flesh, but the desires of the body. What would it have been like to hear Jesus speak? What the first person said. The spirit is eternal so it survives, but it foes into the trash heap of fire.
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Do I have that right? Once I heard - and it seems to me logical - that "spirit" is the religious part of the being. So there is body, soul and spirit.
Body is the physical part bones and flesh , soul is what remains after death if you believe in afterlife and is the one that goes to heaven, purgatory if you are a Catholic or hell. Soul is merely the receptacle for the spirit while there is life - something like the battery of a car. I keeps the electricity to start the car and maintains it moving. When the battery is too old or injured it does no longer contain the electricity spirit and the car and the battery or the person die.
In this case I would say it in French: Back to this same theme, I don't know why French is so poor in some expressions.
All western languages have different words for mind and spirit and for soul , except for French. A language of the importance of French in literature, philosophy, humanities in general! There must be some way how the great writers expressed those words unequivocally. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
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