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Anima mundi

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Anima mundi or world soul is religious and natural philosophic concept. It means unified inner nature of the world, thought of as God or Supreme Being. This Being have ambitions, views and feelings.[1] World soul means that the Universe also has a soul. It means also that Universe soul and human soul can be united to create a common world soul.

As early as the lifetime of Plato, people have known about this idea; Plato believed and followed (or adhered)[2] to this idea.

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  1. Anima mundi. Encyclopedia.com. Retrieved June 20, 2021.
  2. Plato (1925), Timaeus 30b–d, 33b.

[1] identifying the universe as a living being:

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  1. Plato (1925), Timaeus 30b–d, 33b.