Death and ConsciousnessBook - 1985
Does bodily death constitute the complete destruction of a person? The first part of this scholarly book defends the view that the nature of man and the world he encounters implies survival of death as a conceptual possibility. The second part considers the empirical evidence for concluding that at least some persons have survived death. A new kind of understanding, among readers, might result from following the concepts logically developed in this work. It applies real life terminology and experience to the interpretation of death survival experiences.
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c1985
Call Number: 133.9 L972d
Characteristics: x, 194 p. ; 23 cm