Does modern biology contradict hylomorphism?

Is there any way to reconcile the two?

Just as with good science and junk science, there is also junk biology.

You might have to elaborate more. How do you think modern biology conflicts with hylomorphism?

I’m curious what you’re referring to exactly.

I think with modern neurology it’s difficult to hold a Cartesian view of the soul — as a kind of “ghost in the machine”; but in hylomorphism, the soul is the form of the body.

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