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Keywords: Avicenna, Ṣadrā, afterlife, dualism. Resurrectionism and the Bodily Criterion of Personal Identity from Early to ReformationReformation-Era Christianity Michael J. Sigrist George Washington University (USA) This paper explores early and Reformation-era era Christian attempts to render the idea of an afterlife coherent. The specific focus is on early Reformed Christians’ unequivocal belief in a bodily criterion of personal identity and of a physical afterlife. I 65 trace race how the differences that emerge from this endeavor are partially sourced in Jewish divisions over the same.
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