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Thus, the weak part of Jeeva or mind is not eternal and disappears every day after the deep sleep (Manastejas. eda, Natvam vettha. Gita refers to this weak part when it says that Jeeva is born and dead every day (Atha Chainam Nitya Jata. The Avadhuta after death dissolves here itself completely and the individuality of the soul is forever destroyed. His awareness is transformed into inert energy and thus such a soul is dissolved here itself (Ihaiva Prana. eda). In the case of an ordinary soul, all the weak qualities and the awareness are converted in to inert energy in the body and finally the individual inert energy merges in the general cosmic energy (Tejassat.
Book III discusses the mind or rational soul, which belongs to humans alone. He argues that thinking is different from both sense-perception and imagination because the senses can never lie and imagination is a power to make something sensed appear again, while thinking can sometimes be false. And since the mind is able to think when it wishes, it must be divided into two faculties: one which contains all the mind's ideas which are able to be considered, and another which brings them into act, . to be actually thinking about them. Perhaps the most important but obscure argument in the whole book is Aristotle's demonstration of the immortality of the thinking part of the human soul, also in Chapter V. Taking a premise from his Physics, that as a thing acts, so it is, he argues that since the mind acts with no bodily organ, it exists without the body.
The soul-mind and the body were seen as distinct entities. And heads up: not only are they different, they're also unhappy with each other. Is this a friendly symbiotic relationship, as in, "I'll walk you to the park and smell the grass and pet the dogs if you'll let me feel happy about it"? Fuhgeddaboutit. This is what Andrew Marvell is dramatizing in this dialogue. What is the relationship between the mind-soul and the body? Is there a way to make this relationship less unhappy and messed up? Can we understand it better if we imagine it in political terms, using analogies to governments and rights and citizens? Even though this poems seems to end exactly where it began-with body and soul equally ticked off-reading the dialogue lets you in on some pretty sweet philosophical insights. Marvell doesn't shy away from the big questions.
My arm is part of my body' and 'My arm is a part of my body' are both everyday uses to native English speakers. They mean more or less the same thing. There is a slightly nuanced difference in meaning but one which even a very experienced speaker would find it difficult to explain. So I wouldn't worry about that. I presume in your first example it is meant to read 'This is a leg. It is part of your body'.
Learn about human body vocabulary in English. For medical professionals like nurses, doctors and paramedics. The top of a person's scalp is covered with hair. Beneath the hairline at the front of the face is the forehead. Underneath the forehead are the eyes for seeing, the nose for smelling, and the mouth for eating. On the outside of the mouth are the lips, and on the inside of the mouth are the teeth for biting and the tongue for tasting. Food is swallowed down the throat. At the sides of the face are the cheeks and at the sides of the head are the ears for hearing. At the bottom of a person's face is the chin. The jaw is located on the inside of the cheeks and chin
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