The Everlasting Joy of Being Human

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Axial Publishing, Nov 8, 2013 - Religion - 125 pages
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A sequel to Futurology Express, illustrates concretely the requirements for a transition towards mature collaboration, by taking up the question "What it is to be like for me when I move out of this complex chemical wonderland that is my body?" and by focusing in particular on the requirements for doing functional research in eschatology.


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Dr. Philip McShane holds a D. Phil. and an S.T.L. (both from Oxford), among other graduate degrees.  Originally trained in mathematical physics, he went on to study philosophy, theology, and economics.  He has written extensively in diverse areas, including evolutionary theory, linguistics, economics, philosophy, theology, and methodology.  He has authored over 20 books and edited six more, including Bernard Lonergan’s (1904-1984) two major works on political economy and on phenomenology and logic.  He has lectured widely and given workshops and conferences in Canada, the U.S., Korea, India, Mexico, Columbia, and Ireland.

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