Home/Main Menu     Site Map

Survival of Death
Record Type: Review   ID: 1344

Death and Consciousness

Lund, David H.

 In Part 1 of this book, philosopher Lund presents and defends "a view of the nature of a person and the model he encounters which is not only compatible with the claim that a person survives death but suggests that survival is more than a remote possibility" (p. x). In the second part, he considers the various kinds of empirical evidence for favoring survival: OBEs, deathbed experiences, apparitions, hauntings, mental mediumship, reincarnation, and resurrection.
Publisher Information:Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1985. 194p. Chap bibl: 183-190; Ind: 191-194
Previous Record Previous
in this

List All Titles in This Category (27)

Book Reviews Menu
in this

Click a section below to move around the EHEN website.
Home/Menu       About EHEs      EHE Autobiographies      EHE Book Reviews      EHE FAQ      EHE Network      Email Talk      Experiences Library      Info/Contact      Join Us!      Living EHEs      Parapsychology      Rhea White      Web Links      Web Talk      What's New     

All website graphics, materials and content copyright © 1997-2003
by EHE Network. All rights reserved. For permissions
please contact EHEN's Executive Director, Rhea A. White.

Web Media Management by Palyne Gaenir of ScienceHorizon.

Exceptional Human Experience Network
Exceptional Human Experience Network