Life After Death: Problems of the Future Life and Its Nature

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 29 aug. 2017 - 332 sidor
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Professor James H. Hyslop (1854-1920), psychologist and prominent member of the American Society for Psychical Research, presents in this volume an in-depth analysis of the possibility of survival of individual consciousness after the physical death of the human body. Hyslop describes the various ideas man has had towards the afterlife throughout the centuries up to the present day, and carefully weighs these conceptions against the evidence we may have for personal survival. Many problems are discussed at length, from the process of communicating with the departed, to the possible relationship between spirit possession and cases of dissociative identity disorder. First published in 1918, Hyslop's uncompromising and passionate defense of the evidence for survival is a classic of psychic research, and is still just as relevant today as when it first appeared.

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