Does the Star Trek transporter problem apply to the concept of souls as well?
Now, I'm not really interested in answering the problem itself here, but I'm curious if the same question would apply to a soul. Your physical body is destroyed. But, this soul that identifies as you persists. Weirder still, let's say you had Alzheimer's. I'm told that the soul version of you would not have any of the effects of the disease. So, this soul would have all your memories, all the cognitive faculties you once had, and in essence, be very different from the version of you that had died. Doesn't that raise questions of it's identity even more than the transporter problem would?