Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
From: asbestos@midway.uchicago.edu
Subject: Re: Scientology information
In-Reply-To: deej@cds8613.Cadence.COM's message of 22 Jul 91 18: 01:50 GMT
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Organization: Mathematics Department, University of Chicago
References: <GATELEY.91Jul19132355@helma.rice.edu>
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 1991 23:34:24 GMT

In article <1991Jul22.180150.17838@cadence.com> deej@cds8613.Cadence.COM (Jim Howard) writes:

>In article <GATELEY.91Jul19132355@helma.rice.edu>, gateley@rice.edu >(John Gateley) writes: >> Do I understand this correct? What this seems to say is that ALL >> "mental healing" and "study of the mind" should be done in the context >> of religion ONLY.

> Exactly. This topic has to do with the soul, and makes no sense (and >can cause catastrophic effects on somone undergoing treatment) if >approached from the angle that man has no (isn't a) soul.

Bullshit. This logic holds *only* if we assume the existence of a soul. It's extremely circular.

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