Is There Life After Death? A Review of the Supporting Evidence
Lester (David)
Source: Martin & Augustine - The Myth of an Afterlife, Part 4, Chapter 30
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Editors’ Abstract1

    This paper reviews recent empirical research into the possibility of life after death2. First, it focuses on inconsistencies in accounts of the afterlife3 from different sources of supposed evidence for survival. Next, it reviews problematic aspects of survival research on apparitions, near-death experiences, and reincarnation claims, among other things. Finally, it examines whether any recent near-death research has addressed previous methodological criticisms, concluding that such research has not in fact advanced.



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