Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death 1903, Part 2
Volume 2 of 2. These works are but a partial presentation of an ever- growing subject on personality and its survival after the body dies. This book is an exposition rather than a proof. What Myers tried to do is to render knowledge more easily gained by coordinating it in a form as clear and intelligible as his own limited skill and the nature of the facts themselves permitted. Contents: phantasms of the dead; motor automatism; trance, possession and ecstasy; epilogue; appendices.
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