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    A Failed Point in Kant.Robert Geis - 2016 - International Philosophical Quarterly 56 (4):445-467.
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    Death: Beyond Whole-Brain Criteria.Robert Geis - 1990 - Review of Metaphysics 43 (3):656-657.
    Fourteen essays from thirteen contributors in philosophy, law, and medicine comprise this text. They focus on a question that medical technology has pushed into the public policy arena: what are the criteria, if any, which permit a valid, sure determination of death--its time, its occurrence--in the patient believed irreversibly dying? Success at such a determination would have consequences not only for the patient, but for his family, the law, medicine, and society at large; so would failure.
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    In My Ever After: Immortality and its Critics.Robert Geis - 2010 - Upa.
    This book argues against neurophilosophy's virtual equation of consciousness and the world. Part I identifies scientific grounds for a real world outside consciousness and self-refutational flaws in quantum physics; Part II explores why consciousness cannot be electrical in origin, and how partibility and subjectivity evince reasons for accepting immortal consciousness.
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    On the Existence of God.Robert Geis - 2009 - Upa.
    Geis' work addresses questions about gratuitous claims of empiricism in Hume, unfounded assumptions in Kant, presumptions of science, and improbabilities identified in Darwinism. Geis argues that evil, used as a means to betterment of oneself and the world, takes on the role commensurate with the doctrine of an omnibenevolent deity.
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