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Does Hell Exist?
Philosophical and psychological theories support the existence of Hell in some form.
Hell exists as the total inability to express a conscience.
Hell is a description that evokes certain emotions, so it has symbolic and imaginary value in human experience, which is a subjective reality.
Hell is an object of the collective unconscious proposed by Jung.
Justice demands the existence of Hell and Heaven.
"One of the key tenets of Neoplatonic thought adopted by Augustine was that humans possess an immortal soul. This was a critical step in his developing the idea that unbelievers could be made to endure eternal torment in Hell."
Psychology deals with human mind, so it cannot prove existence of Hell.
A philosophical theory is an opinion a best, If you don't agree with it, it means nothing.
The statement "theories" indicates that these hypotheses are not proven.