By John Leslie
May we be elements of a divine brain? may well something like an afterlife make experience? beginning with a Platonic resolution to why the realm exists, Immortality Defended indicates shall we good be immortal in all of 3 separate ways.
- Tackles the basic questions posed by means of our very life, between them, "why does the cosmos exist?", "is there a divine brain or God?", and "in what feel may perhaps we've afterlives?"
- Defends a trust in immortality, with out the necessity for a non secular association or rejection of recent science
- Explores the guidelines of "Einsteinian immortality", the divine afterlife, and the idea of an enormous and divine mind
- Draws from the paintings of a wide-range of philosophers, from historical Greece to the current day, and contains up to date medical findings
- Written in a thought-provoking and interesting demeanour, obtainable to an individual intrigued through the beauty of our being
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