The Near-death Experience

The Near-death Experience

A Reader

Book - 1996
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The Near Death Experience: A Readeris the most comprehensive collection of NDE cases and interpretations ever assembled. This book encompasses a broad range of disciplines: psychological researchers discuss cognitive models and Jungian theories of meaningful archetypal phenomena; the biological perspectivedescribes how brains near death may produce soothing endorphins, optical illusions, and convincing hallucinations. Philosophers present empirical analyses and images in archetypal theories, and the symbolic language of comparative phenomenological theories. Christian, Jewish and Mormon responses to NDEs outline the religious perspective, and the mystical and spiritual interpretations of NDEs are also explored.
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1996
ISBN: 9780415914307
Branch Call Number: 133.9 Ne
Description: x, 409 pages ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Bailey, Lee Worth
Yates, Jenny L.


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