What Ayer Saw When He Was Dead
Rosenthal (Abigail)
Source: Philosophy - 79, Oct2004, Issue 310, p507-531, 25p
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Philosopher’s Index Abstract

  1. Reflects on the near-death experience1 of A. J. Ayer as published in the "Sunday Telegraph" on August 1988.
  2. Retention of the intellectual resources within the dream;
  3. Disapproval to the Christian principle by showing death as end of experience;
  4. Philosophical belief in individual mortality.

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