Macmillan, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 337 pages
Is there life after death or do we simply cease to exist? Renowned scholar Paul Edwards has compiled Immortality, a superb group of philosophical selections featuring the work of both classical and contemporary authors who address the topics of immortality, soul and body, transmigration, materialism, epiphenomenalism, physical research and parapsychology, reincarnation, disembodied existence, and much more.
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A. J. Ayer actions animals answer appear Aquinas argument assert astral body believe in survival bodily brain brutes Bundle Theory C. D. Broad causal cause Christian claim conceive conception conclude consciousness consists continued dead death dependence Descartes difficulty discussion disembodied mind doctrine dualism epiphenomenalism epiphenomenalist eternal evidence existence experience explain fact faculties feelings H. D. Lewis H. H. Price Hume Ian Stevenson idea imagine immaterial immortality individual intelligible Karma Karmic kind Law of Karma least living material matter means medium memory mental metaphysical moral nature never notion objects observed organs pain parapsychology perception perhaps personal identity Peter Geach phenomena philosophers possible powers present principle problem Psychical Research psychological punishment question Raynor Johnson reason regard reincarnation reincarnationists replica resurrection seems selection sensations sense Socrates spirit spiritual substance split-brain Stevenson subtle bodies suppose thing thought tion true word writes