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Death and Afterlife : Library of Philosophy and Religion - Stephen T. Davis

Death and Afterlife

Library of Philosophy and Religion

Paperback Published: 1st January 1989
ISBN: 9781349105281
Number Of Pages: 211

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This book began as a series of papers at a conference called "Death and Afterlife" held in Claremont, California in January, 1987 under the auspices of the Department of Religion of the Claremont Graduate School. The responses to each paper and several comments are also included.

The faces of immortality, Kai Nielsen; response to Nielsen, John Hick; God, the soul - and the future life, Paul Badham; God and the soul - a response, Kai Nielsen; the ideal reincarnation, Joseph Prabau; Karma and rebirth in India - a pessimistic interpretation, Ariel Glucklich; life after death, parapsychology and post-modern animism, David Ray Griffin; the soul in modern philosophy - a response, Edward J.Hughes; the resurrection of the dead, Stephen T.Davis; from here to eternity, Jerry A.Irish; God, the soul and coherence - a response to Davis and Hick, Kai Nielsen; Memento Mori - the Buddhist thinks about death, Francis H.Cook; Zen and death - a response to Cook, Paul Badham; response to Frank Cook, John Hick; response to Professor Badham's response, Francis H.Cook; a possible conception of life after death, John Hick; conceivability and immortality - a response to John Hick, Kai Nielsen.

ISBN: 9781349105281
ISBN-10: 1349105287
Series: Library of Philosophy and Religion
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 211
Published: 1st January 1989
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.29

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