Surviving Death by Mark Johnston


0956a8e720b71b0.jpg Author Mark Johnston
Isbn 978-0691130132
File size 35 MB
Year 2011
Pages 408
Language English
File format PDF
Category philosophy


 


Author Mark Johnston Isbn 978-0691130132 File size 35 MB Year 2011 Pages 408 Language English File format PDF Category Philosophy Book Description: FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrDiggMySpaceShare This is a major and highly original work of philosophy that culminates in a fascinating argument that, without making any supernatural assumptions, one can literally survive bodily death. The book is elegantly written and the promise of a breathtaking conclusion pulls the reader along. This outstanding book presents original and indeed brave views on a broad range of issues that are of compelling significance not only to philosophers but also to thinking people more generally. The argument proceeds with great subtlety and sophistication and shows a masterful grasp of philosophy, religion, and the arts. The book is also superbly written–pellucid, stylish, engaging, and at points richly humorous. A tour de force.     Download (35 MB) Religious Platonism Deleuze and the Naming of God: Post-Secularism and the Future of Immanence Jacques Derrida’s Ghost: A Conjuration Systematicity: The Nature Of Science Kant and the Interests of Reason Load more posts

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