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Disembodied life

World Futures 3 (2):61-78 (1964)

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  1. Survival: Death and Afterlife in Christianity, Buddhism, and Modern Science.Carl Bradley Becker - 1981 - Dissertation, University of Hawai'i
    Survival is the theory that some significant part of man continues after the death of his physical body. This dissertation studies philosophical argumentation of Christians and Buddhists, and analyzes the latest available empirical data, to determine which if any forms of survival are most probable. ;Part I finds insuperable difficulties in the purely materialistic resurrection theory, and in survival of disembodied minds as pure process. To make sense, resurrection must postulate either invisible bodies as conscious carriers of personal identity, or (...)
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