The Science of Near-Death Experiences.
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- ISBN: 9780826221032
- Physical Description: 169 pages : portraits ; 16 x 24 cm
- Publisher: Missouri : University of Missouri Press, 2017.
A landmark study of seemingly transcendent consciousness reported by patients who were revived after dying. Research into such experiences began with Greek philosophers, including Plato and Democritus, but Dr. Hagan's book will be the gold standard on this subject for years to come. The book brings together historical, philosophical, psychological, clinical, and neuroscientific aspects of near-death experiences to illuminate one of the deepest mysteries of human existence.
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