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10/04/2017 23:38:24 1245 Animation
04/07/2014 22:46:34 499 Animation



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10/06/2018 00:25:55 None available Life

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Awaiting Attention (Personal Identity) Christian Materialism Life Souls Transhumanism

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Authors, Books & Papers Citing this Note

Author Title Medium Extra Links Read?
Baker (Lynne Rudder) When Do Persons Begin and End? Paper High Quality Abstract 2, 3 Yes
Diamond (James J.) Abortion, Animation, and Biological Hominization Paper Medium Quality Abstract 2, 3  
Feldman (Fred) A Materialist Conception of Death Paper High Quality Abstract   Yes
Feldman (Fred) The Enigma of Death Paper High Quality Abstract 2, 3, 4, 5 Yes
Gasser (Georg) Personal Identity and Resurrection: Introduction Paper High Quality Abstract 2, 3 Yes
Hershenov (David) & Koch-Hershenov (Rose J.) Anscombe on Embryos and Persons Paper Low Quality Abstract    
O'Connell (Mark) To be a Machine Book Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Puccetti (Roland) Conquest of Death Paper High Quality Abstract 2, 3, 4  
Thomas (Janice L.) What matters for survival and the logical possibility of resurrection Paper High Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Animation Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes



References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Baker (Lynne Rudder) When Do Persons Begin and End? Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Distinguished Faculty Lecture, December 5, 2005 Yes
Diamond (James J.) Abortion, Animation, and Biological Hominization Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Theological Studies 1975 Jun;36(2):305-24. No
Feldman (Fred) A Materialist Conception of Death Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Feldman - Confrontations with the Reaper, Chapter 7 Yes
Feldman (Fred) Confrontations with the Reaper: A Philosophical Study of the Nature and Value of Death Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Medium Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied Yes
Feldman (Fred) The Enigma of Death Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Feldman - Confrontations with the Reaper, Chapter 4 Yes
Gasser (Georg) Personal Identity and Resurrection: Introduction Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Gasser (Georg) - Personal Identity and Resurrection: How Do We Survive Our Death? 2010 Yes
Gasser (Georg), Ed. Personal Identity and Resurrection: How Do We Survive Our Death? Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Medium Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied 90%
Hershenov (David) & Koch-Hershenov (Rose J.) Anscombe on Embryos and Persons Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Anscombe and The Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Neumann Press. Eds. John Mizzoni, Philip Pegan, Geoffrey Karabin.. 2016. pp. 143-160. 22%
O'Connell (Mark) To be a Machine Book - Cited Medium Quality Abstract O'Connell (Mark) - To be a Machine Yes
Puccetti (Roland) Conquest of Death Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Donnelly (John) - Language, Metaphysics and Death: A Metaphysical Reader (First Edition) 33%
Thomas (Janice L.) Mind and Person in the Philosophy of Religion Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Medium Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied Yes
Thomas (Janice L.) What matters for survival and the logical possibility of resurrection Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Thomas (Janice L.) - Mind and Person in the Philosophy of Religion Yes



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