Posting this was a perfect example of Cunningham's Law in action.
> Cunningham's Law states "the best way to get the right answer on the internet is not to ask a question; it's to post the wrong answer."
(I'm not totally convinced I'm completely wrong, but I'm going to read more to understand the concepts better)
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@josias @eschatosoof when looked into your question, I found in my own tradition texts that represented the split as two body/soul, and one that suggested mind and soul were the upper and lower halves of the spiritual entity. The differences are almost certainly semantic; which "intellectual furniture" is appropriate for the point being made.
The the notion that human triune nature represents completion, rather than the earthy state of preparation for it makes most sense to me. :-)
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