Personal Existence After Death: Reductionist Circularities and the Evidence

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Sherwood Sugden & Company, 1995 - Philosophy - 130 pages
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Addressing the question of the individual's fate at death, this work provides a critique of the reductionist case against post-mortem personhood. Claims of near-death and out-of-body experiences are considered, as are proposals that offer artificial intelligence as a model of human consciousness.

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The Argument from Concept Formation
The Argument from Memory
The Argument from Consciousness

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