The soul, according to many religious and philosophical traditions, is a self aware ethereal substance particular to a unique living being. In these traditions the soul is thought to incorporate the inner essence in each living being, and to be the true basis for sentience. In distinction to spirit which may or may not be eternal, souls are usually (but not always as explained below) considered to be immortal and to pre-exist their incarnation in flesh. The concept of the soul has strong links with notions of an afterlife, but opinions may vary wildly, even within a given religion, as to what happens to the soul after the death of the body. Many within these religions and philosophies see the soul as immaterial, while others consider it to possibly have a material component, and some have tried to establish the mass (weight) of the soul.
'Dark Souls II' PC Preview: Here's What To Expect
'Dark Souls 2' on PC looks really good, but nothing like early builds of the game.
Eight Ways To Improve Your Dark Souls II Experience
I've sunk about 60 hours into Dark Souls II, and although I've loved my time with the game, I do have some regrets. From Software doesn't provide players with a lot of explanations or direction, and although the sense of discovery you get from experimenting is often rewarding, there are some aspects of the game that shouldn't be overlooked. Here's a list of things I wish I had known from the ...
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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls review: Expansion to popular adventure game checks all of the boxes on your wishlist
Diablo III ( ) was a good-but-not-great dungeon crawler that managed to infuriate old fans and failed to satisfy critics clamoring for Blizzard to once again raise the bar. The game demonstrated the well-worn formula of dungeon crawling: you kill dozens of increasingly exotic enemies, find loot, sell it in town, and then repeat. Diablo III disappointed many because it didnâ€™t push the genre in ...
'Dark Souls II' Review Part Two: All The Pretty Castles
'Dark Souls II' comes very close to the magnificence of its predecessor.