What is a human being? The question is both highly controversial and important. In You're a Human Being-What's That? Dr. Frederick R. Bauer presents a methodical analysis of the ontological structure of the human being. Using modern-day science as a measure, Bauer addresses the challenges to the Western traditional thought that asserts humans are partially spiritual beings with an immortal destiny. He discusses how this tradition is under heavy attack, mostly from the field of neuroscience. He then offers a scientific presentation of the truths, examining the evidence according to modern science and its application in a variety of theories and ideas related to the fundamental nature of the human being. You're a Human Being-What's That? focuses on understanding the key elements in the human makeup. In doing so, Bauer centers the inquiry onto the individual and their own personal examinations, forcing individuals to examine the central question: what kind of being is a human person?
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